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03 Nov 2014 21:01
Continuing the rich legacy of VI culture! Kudos to St. John Historical Society, VI Park and Friends for partnering on a America's Best Idea grant from the National Park Foundation. This "Passing the Torch" grant is a follow up to the annual Folk Life Festival. Local cultural guests have been...
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20 Oct 2014 21:13
Plastic Bags: Ban Them or Get Birodegradable Ones? The Plastic Bag Ban Bill will be heard on the afternoon of October 24 at the St. John Legislature Building. We will hear testimony regarding the pros and cons of banning free plastic bags and encouraging the use of reusable bags. The public is welcome....

St. John Nonprofit Agency Spotlight

This society is based on St John. The main goal of VIAS is to foster an appreciation for the wildlife in the VI and Caribbean and to protect the habitats. Education is a large component of this effort.
 
Florida Aquaculture Foundation was founded on the principle of developing economic empowerment (helping financially disadvantage people, particularly in the rural areas) through education and training in aquaculture and related fields, such as agriculture, aquaponics, and hydroponics. We also believe in promoting an awareness of aquaculture education and responsible farming...
The Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary organization of business and professional people dedicated to promoting civic and economic growth and vitality of our community. Funding is provided by the memberships investment in the Chamber. A wide variety of interests among it's members help provide the Chamber...
 
Category: Youth Development
“KATS”, KIDS AND THE SEA St. John, is a non profit marine organization which promotes kids safely having fun on the water, through an educational program taught by volunteers. By doing so it brings together the Virgin Islands’ greatest human resource - its youth - and its...
 
The St John Film Society comprises a group of local filmmakers and film enthusiasts, all volunteers, who have joined together for the purpose of exposing St John audiences of all ages to film and filmmakers from throughout the Caribbean and beyond. Their focus is on independent films that feature...
GoGreenVI is a program of the St. John Foundation, and is the umbrella for all the agency's environmental programs. The St. John Recyclers kick-started the Aluminum Can Recycling program and now the Foundation is expanding its efforts to include Business Best Practices, Composting initiatives (including a partnership with Gifft...
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