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Unite with the John Gray Recyclers to Preserve our World's Environment

John Gray Recyclers Fiji, YasawaIRara Preservation of Culture, Flora & Fauna Project

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Visit Our Online Journal - find out more about important environmental news as it happens!
Find out how you can help the Grand Cayman Blue Iguana - the earth's most endangered lizard
2008 - Earth Day School Clean up
The Demise of Coral Reefs - by John Gray Recycler Katherine Whitehead
Visit the John Gray Recyclers' Organization Website - Join to Preserve the World's Environment
Dive In and Unite with the John Gray Recyclers to Preserve our Heritage
Plastic Six Pack Holder Recycle with the John Gray Recyclers - 2006 - 2007
Earth Day - 2007 - Joint School Clean Ups - Cayman Islands
Earth Day 2007 - John Gray Recyclers Earth Day Sale
Coral Reef/Mangrove Preservation at Barkers' National Park - 2006
John Gray Recyclers Fiji, YasawaIRara Preservation of Culture, Flora & Fauna Project
John Gray Recyclers Seacology Micronesia - Preservation of Culture & Coral Reef Protection Project
John Gray Recyclers' Grand Cayman Seacology Park Project
John Gray Recyclers' Seacology Fiji Naikorokoro Project
Cayman Islands' Marine Parks Rules
Summary of Cayman Islands Marine Conservation Laws
Cayman Islands Recycling Information
John Gray Recyclers HiCone Plastic Six Pack Recycling
Plastic Recycle with the John Gray Recyclers 2005/6
Lighthouse School joins Hi-Cone Recycling Programme with JGR
John Gray Recyclers Act to Preserve Grand Cayman endangered Turtles and Blue Iguanas - 2004
Recycling Sites a Must to Visit - Reduce, Reuse, Recover, Recycle
Environmental Sites a Must to Visit - Unite with JGR to preserve our World's Oceans/Seas
John Gray Recyclers' Grand Cayman Seacology Park Project - Before the wrath of Ivan
John Gray Recyclers' Grand Cayman Seacology Park Project - After the wrath of Ivan
Celebrate World Ocean Day with the John Gray Recyclers
Celebrate World Environment Day with the John Gray Recyclers
Celebrate Dive In to Earth Day with the John Gray Recyclers - 2003 - 2006
John Gray Recyclers help fund Stephen Jared Youth Centre
John Gray Recyclers find that Pollution is destroying our World's Coral Reefs!
Marine Circulation of Garbage is destroying our World's Environment
Cayman Islands' Seacology Representative Jeremy Forbes talks on the 'Life and Strife of Coral Reefs'
Enjoy/Don't Destroy (Young Children's page)
Follow the Coral Code/Don't Spoil with Oil
Unite with the John Gray Recyclers and Protect our World's Coral Reefs from Destructon!
Turtle tracking of Cayman Islands' turtles
The Cayman Turtle Farm
John Gray Recyclers' Pledge to Protect our Grand Cayman Blue Iguanas - 2004
John Gray Recyclers in the News - 2006
John Gray Recyclers in the News - 2004/2005
Oil Recycle with the John Gray Recyclers
Paper/Can Recycle with the John Gray Recyclers
Telephone Book Recycling with the John Gray Recyclers - 2002/3
Pirates Week Float Parade - 2003 - John Gray Recyclers act to Preserve Cayman Islands' Heritage
John Gray Recyclers - 2003 Cayman Islands Heritage Float - Page 2
CCMI Summer Camp, Little Cayman
School environmental activities
About our Recycling/Environmental Club
JGR Past Activities/Photos - 2
JGR Past Activities/Photos - 1
Protect our environment with us today!
Children of the World unite to preserve our Natural Heritage and Culture
 John Gray Recyclers' Logo by Freddy Diaz
Children of the World Unite

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The people of YasawaIRara desperately need our help.  Their nearest doctor and school are four and a half miles away over mountains.  They have no roads, no running water, and rely on their natural environment for their food as they cannot afford to keep animals.  They are bravely trying to keep their culture intact and have agreed to preserve their Samoan Flying foxes.  This rare species is found only in Samoa and Fiji.  The Samoan bats are most unusual animals because they fly around during the day. Samoan Flying foxes roost alone in trees and often stay within a very small area. They are an endangered species and are protected in American Samoa. The Flying fox disperses seeds which enables the people of YasawaIRara to be able to preserve their natural heritage. 
Rich foreigners often visit the people of YasawaIRara to try and buy their land to make a tourist resort but the villagers refuse to accept and continue to face hardships every day to preserve their culture.
Emma showing us how to make a fan and hat
from a palm tree
A Samoan Flying Fox Bat - an endangered species
A Samoan Flying Fox Bat
We are raising funds to purchase a boat and desperately need US$10,000.  We have raised US$2,000 so far and sent this to Fiji for the boat.  Please help us help the people of Fiji.
Please contact us at johngrayrecyclers@hotmail.com to donate and help the people of YasawaIRara