Earth Day Celebrations

In honor of Earth Day, Rosalie Bay Eco Resort & Spa held its annual beach clean up event. Working alongside the Dominica State College’s Tourism Club, the 4H Clubs of the Southeast, and the Nature Enhancement Team, we all came together to clean up the Rosalie beach and river bank. Despite the rain on this particular day, the students showed their dedication and spirit to make a positive impact on the environment.

The students who took part in the event worked tirelessly, collecting over 20 bags of garbage and debris. Seeing the students’ enthusiasm and dedication, along with their genuine passion to protect the environment, made it an incredibly rewarding experience for everyone involved. Their hard work and love for their island serve as a powerful reminder of the importance of keeping our natural spaces clean and free from pollutants.

At Rosalie Bay Eco Resort & Spa, we are committed to promoting eco-tourism and sustainable practices wherever possible. This annual beach clean up event is just one of the many ways we strive to do our part in protecting the environment for future generations to enjoy. It was truly inspiring to see so many people come together in pursuit of a common goal, and we are grateful for everyone who took part in this meaningful Earth Day celebration.

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