Perceptions of the Development and Implementation of an Integrated Watershed Management Plan for East Grand Bahama
Integrated Water, Land and Ecosystems Management in The Bahamas
East Grand Bahama (EGB) is a pristine area of Grand Bahama, comprised of pine forests, tidal creeks and cays, with vast potential for ecotourism and sport fishing. Despite these assets, EGB has been adversely impacted by hurricanes, storm surges, and human activities, such as stream-blocking causeways and oil spills. The Implementing Land, Water, and Ecosystems Management in The Bahamas (IWEco) project in EGB includes the development and implementation of a Watershed Management Plan for the area. This plan, which is the first step in watershed management, is key to the establishment of sound environmental, hydrological, and socioeconomic policies and initiatives to improve human and ecological conditions in the area. This survey was designed to assess the perceptions of EGB residents and stakeholders in Grand Bahama about a watershed management plan for the area. Respondents have the opportunity to contribute their invaluable knowledge, experiences, and aspirations toward those goals. This survey is anonymous and concentrates on the issues affecting EGB.

Thank you for participating!



Ms. Melissa Ingraham
Project Manager
Department of Environmental Planning & Protection
MIngraham@depp.gov.bs

Dr. Henrique ML Chaves
Watershed Planning Consultant
chaveshml@gmail.com

Agnessa Lundy
Biodiversity Consultant
alundy@caribbeancoastal.com

Are you a resident of East Grand Bahama (EGB)? *
If you are from EGB, please specify which part.
Please specify, what is your main professional or business activity?
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