Thursday, 25 August 2016 17:10

EMA Hosts EnviroCamp in South East Trinidad

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The Environmental Management Authority (EMA) hosted its fourth annual EnviroCamp during the months of July and August 2016.

The camp themed “Go Wild for Life” was attended by over 100 students with ages ranging between 8 and 11. They came from eight south east Trinidad communities.

The authority hosted the camp through its National Restoration, Carbon Sequestration, Wildlife and Livelihoods Project (NRCSWLP). And it was held at three locations: Plum Road Presbyterian Primary School, Nariva Field Station, Kernahan and Biche Community Centre, Biche.

Activities at the camp included environmental education workshops as well as life skills sessions.

Campers were also treated to theatre, craft and dance sessions and a field trip to the El Socorro Centre for Wildlife Conservation.

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