The Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) is providing paid summer employment for youth (15-18 years old) in Virgin Islands National Park (VINP).
In celebration of the Transfer Day Centennial in the U.S. Virgin Islands, a new exhibit will open at the Cinnamon Bay Archaeology Lab on Friday, March 31.
Virgin Islands National Park will commemorate Black History Month with its Folklife Festival 2017. The annual festival will be celebrated Feb. 23 and Feb. 24, at the Annaberg Sugar Plantation ruins, St. John.
Friends of Virgin Islands National Park (Friends) today announced a donation of $1.275 million by St. John resident and conservationist Jon Stryker to fund the purchase of an 11.8-acre property that will be donated to the Virgin Islands National Park.
The Friends of VI National Park (Friends) will hold its annual meeting on Sunday, Jan. 29, at Rain Tree Restaurant at Cinnamon Bay Campground. The keynote speaker at this informative meeting will be Will Shafroth, president and CEO of the National Park Foundation.
Students, ages eight and older, are invited to join Virgin Islands National Park and the Elaine I. Sprauve Library in celebrating the National Park Centennial on Aug. 25 on St. John.
Virgin Islands National Park officials have announced that Redwood Parks Company LLC has been selected to provide commercial services at Cinnamon Bay and Trunk Bay under the terms of a new 15-year concessions contract effective Oct. 1.
Thanks to another donation from Harith Wickrema of St. John’s Eco Serendib Villa and Spa, the Friends of V.I. National Park is able to continue beach restoration work at Maho Bay.