Environmental Protection in the Caribbean (EPIC)
- Date Organization was Registered: August 15, 2000
- Country of Registration: United States of America and St. Maarten
- Address of Main Office:
- Physical address: Nile Dr. #2, Maho, St. Maarten, Dutch West Indies
- Mailing address: 411 Walnut Street, #6749; Green Cove Springs, FL 32043-3443; U.S.A.
- Telephone: (1) 239-682-3518
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- Caribbean countries in which the organization has offices:
- Caribbean countries in which the organization operates or has operated:
- Haiti, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Anguilla, St. Martin, St. Maarten, St. Kitts & Nevis, Antigua & Barbuda, Dominica, St. Lucia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Grenada, Trinidad & Tobago
- Purpose of organization (1 sentence).
Environmental Protection in the Caribbean (EPIC) is an independent non-profit founded in 2000 with the mission of protecting the Caribbean environment through research, restoration, education, and advocacy.
- Program Areas – give titles and thematic focus:
- Songbirds as Environmental Indicators Program – ornithology, habitat, education, training.
- Conservation of Wetlands and Coastal Habitats Program – research, water quality, wetland restoration, wetland conservation, education, advocacy.
- Conservation of Key Marine Bird Habitats Program – ornithology, education, restoration.
- Current projects being coordinated by the organization (give titles only):
- Conservation of Key Offshore Island Reserve of the Grenadines
- Love the Lagoon project
- Black-capped Petrel Project
- Current projects in which the organization plays a supporting role (give titles only):
- Participation in Caribbean regional inter-governmental arrangements:
- Participation in Caribbean regional programs:
- Caribbean or global organization(s)/partnership arrangement(s) in which your organization is a member:
- United Nations Decade on Biodiversity
- Small Islands Big Difference campaign
- Participation in Caribbean or global information networks:
- Ocean Biogeographic Information System Spatial Ecological Analysis of Megavertebrate Populations (OBIS/SEAMAP)
- Information systems maintained by your organization:
(a) Documentation Centre:
(b) Online digital collection: Seabird Breeding Atlas of the Lesser Antilles. http://seamap.env.duke.edu/dataset/418
- Seabird Breeding Atlas of the Lesser Antilles
- Wetland Bird Monitoring of St. Maarten/St. Martin
- Black-capped Petrel Radar Results (Haiti, Dominican Republic)
- Songbird Health and Survivorship (St. Martin)
- Avian Influenza Monitoring of Lesser Antilles
- Current number of staff: _2_Full time _6_Part time _2_Voluntary
Information Updated: December 17, 2019