I pledge to protect Guam’s natural environment. I pledge that I will not feed fish or other marine life, harass sea creatures, or litter. I will not touch, break, or stand on corals. I promise to encourage others to respect Guam’s coral reefs. In honor of the CHamoru people, I pledge to care for this island and its coral reefs for future generations.
There will be a workshop to present preliminary results of the Predicting Extreme Tides project. Collaborators Dr. Scott Heron and Dr. Billy Sweet, both of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, will be on island to present their forecasting model and talk about the project and its applications. This meeting is open to local managers and the scientific community. If anyone is interested in attending, please contact Laurie Raymundo at email@example.com.
Bureau of Statistics and Plans' Patrick Keeler and The Nature Conservancy's Farron Taijeron were featured in the Guam Daily Post for their selection into the first Pacific Resiliency Fellows cohort. Patrick and Farron are recognized as rising leaders in building sustainable and resilient communities on Guam, noted by their work in NOAA's Habitat Blueprint Manell-Geus Habitat Focus Area, and the Piti-Asan and Tumon watersheds.