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24May

MPA sign funded by Sea Life ready to be installed

Yesterday we picked up the new Marine Protected Area (MPA) signboard which is to be installed at Moon Reef and unveiled by His Excellency, The President of Fiji. The sign was funded by the Sea Life London Aquarium, as was the marker beacon that was installed out on the reef several weeks ago. Underwater engineers installed a 5m high post into the sandy bottom of the reef to hold the new signboard which will inform boat user who visit the reef the rules of the new MPA.

The rules of the MPA have been printed in both English and Fijian so Fijian fishermen who are not form the local area understand that there is no fishing allowed within the MPA.

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South Pacific Projects is a marine conservation NGO that operates an eco-tourism funded project in Fiji. Our research and conservation projects are carried out by our overseas volunteers, who work closely with our field research scientists and camp staff.

We are currently looking for overseas volunteers to work at our site in Leleuvia. Our research aims to identify strategies and targets that we can work towards to develop sustainable local environmental management plans for the unique reef systems of the region → Join up today