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!
SEEDS OF LOVE AT WORK
BVITB Project Manager Shereen Flax Charles presents seedling to Representative of Myett’s, Cane Garden Bay
Children from Ciboney Centre of Excellence, with Sister Island Officer Jassiem Maynard, District Officer Verne Wheatley and Jahnai Caul at Savannah Bay, Virgin Gorda
Product Officer Arvan Hodge presents seedlings to BVI legend, Philicianno ‘Foxy’Callwood, in Jost Van Dyke