Local students represent the National Trust at UN Climate Change Conference

06.12.2019 ntadmin

Three young students from the Cayman Islands will be attending the 2019 United Nations Climate Change Conference COP25, taking place…


Champion of the rock iguanas

12.11.2019 ntadmin

Tanja Laaser doesn’t have a cape or a spandex outfit, but when the green iguana hotline rings on Little Cayman,…


Trust: Coral relocation message misleading

31.10.2019 ntadmin

A year after its last statement on the cruise project raising concerns about the loss of marine habitat and wrecks,…


Retired Capt. and Master Mariner weighs in on Cruise Berthing Facility

25.10.2019 ntadmin

Capt. Paul Hurlstone started as a deckhand at the age of 15 in 1946. Capt. Paul has since sailed on…


Underwater trip to raise awareness

22.10.2019 ntadmin

With over 20 acres of pristine coral reef and two historic shipwrecks in the direct line of fire from the…


Edna M. Moyle Primary School joins Heritage Heroes

17.10.2019 ntadmin

The National Trust for the Cayman Islands’ “Heritage Heroes” has a new group of young enthusiasts. The Trust welcomed Edna…


Seniors hit the road on history tour

10.10.2019 ntadmin

More than 120 Cayman seniors were treated to a bus tour this week in celebration of Older Persons Month. The…


POF activists battle Brac beaches

08.10.2019 ntadmin

Students on Grand Cayman leading the environmental charge locally were recruiting new supporters in Cayman Brac at the weekend. Activists…


National Trust Conversation Planning Workshop Brings Blue Iguana Programme Partners Together

04.10.2019 ntadmin

The National Trust recently held its first comprehensive planning exercise to lay the groundwork for its 2020-2025 Species Recovery Plan…


National Trust Partners with CUC on Environmental, Conservation Initiatives

04.10.2019 ntadmin

The National Trust has joined forces with public electric provider Caribbean Utilities Company, Ltd. (CUC) to reinstate its Bat Conservation…