Tortola, British Virgin Islands, April 29, 2019… In celebration of Earth Day (observed on April 22nd), the British Virgin Islands Tourist Board (BVITB) dedicated the month to celebrating the preservation of the Earth and creating community awareness on the Seeds of Love initiative.
Green Tourism Board of the Year: The British Virgin Islands The BVI’s response to the storms of 2017 was nothing short of extraordinary, something that was only underscored by the aggressive, innovative reaction by the destination’s tourism officials. But that was just the beginning for the BVI, whose tourism officials soon launched a program called Seeds of Love aiming to replant the trees and vegetation that were lost, and have regularly organized cleanup programs across the territory, part of an admirable focus on making its tourism industry meaningful for the entire community — in other words, making it sustainable.
Tortola, British Virgin Islands, April 15, 2019 – International Earth Day will be celebrated globally on April 22; and in keeping with this year’s theme, “Protect Our Species”, The British Virgin Islands Tourist Board (BVITB) under its Seeds of Love Initiative, will be hosting several activities that promote community awareness.
BVINews.com, April 16 2018 — A Virgin Gorda based-company intends to donate a percentage of its profits towards replanting the sister island. Elaine Couper of BVI Snuba told BVI News yesterday that for every booking the organisation receives from April 20 to 22, twelve percent will go towards the BVI Tourist Board’s ‘Seeds of Love’ initiative.
Culture Trip, April 13 2018— Reeling from the devastation of hurricanes Irma and Maria, the people of the British Virgin Islands have been rebuilding their lives and communities, though the territory’s precious ecosystem is still at risk. A new initiate, however, plans to restore the island’s precious fauna and protect the land from future storms.
Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands, April 9 2018 — Unfortunate events present opportunities for growth. The outpouring of love the Territory received after Hurricanes Irma and Maria yielded new seeds – Seeds of Love. The British Virgin Islands Tourist Board (BVITB) is spreading love in the BVI through its global “Seeds of Love” initiative.
GuavaBelieveIt, March 23 2018 — It’s only fitting that since we are rebuilding nine houses from the ground up, that we also “rebuild” our gardens. We have been discussing where to source fruit trees lately, and lo and behold along comes the BVI Tourist Board with an early Easter surprise!