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Conservation solutions in paradise: Jamaica's Oracabessa Bay Fishing Sanctuary
by Gladstone Taylor
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7 July 2021
On 7 July 2021 Mongabay reported:
A group of local fishermen and tourism industry stakeholders established a fishing sanctuary several years ago in Oracabessa Bay in response to a decline in vital Jamaican coastal life like coral and herbivorous fish. Surveys indicate an increase in reef health due to the efforts despite challenges, and the conservation model is set to be replicated at multiple other sites in Jamaica.
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