Plastic Nest Sooty Tern Nesting Colony Red-billed Tropicbird Tropicbird parent with chick at nest

Environmental Protection in the Caribbean

Org #14620
Vetted since 2013
2000
year founded
$84,993
raised on GlobalGiving
10
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

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. EPIC is a results-driven organization that works on challenging, under-addressed issues through holistic programs resulting in strategic community-based actions. By recognizing the connections between ecological health, economic vitality, and the quality of life for Caribbean residents, EPIC's work supports the vision of Caribbean communities leading the way towards a more resilient and sustainable future for everyone.

Project Leaders
Natalia Collier
Natalia Collier
Tabitha Stadler
Tabitha Stadler
Organization Information
411 Walnut St. #6749
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
United States
707-845-4261
Organization Information
411 Walnut St. #6749
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
United States
707-845-4261

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Eyes on the Ground

By Natalia Collier | Program Director

As you may have heard, an oil spill off the coast of the nation of Trinidad and Tobago, measuring over 160 kilometers in length, has now entered the waters of Grenada. We have reached out to our... Read the full report ›

Looking Rosy

By Natalia Collier | Program Director

Thanks to your support, our citizen scientists kept an eye on seabird nesting areas during the peak breeding season, with most chicks fledging by July. Now there are fewer nests, likely an... Read the full report ›

Where Do the Birds Go? And Your Donation Matched!

By Natalia Collier | Program Director

While protecting seabird nesting islands is of utmost importance, we also need to understand and protect the areas where the birds forage, where they find the food that nourishes the next generation... Read the full report ›
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