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.
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Come to Piti to help us celebrate World Oceans Day with a clean up! This is a free event and open to all ages. Bring water and wear closed-toe shoes. This event is a partnership between Guam Coral Reef Initiative, LOVE Guam, Department of Parks and Recreation, and the Piti Mayor's Office.
Join us for a great opportunity to introduce youth to the War in the Pacific National Historical Park and to explore park themes through story, song, and art. This program is appropriate for children age 4 and younger.
Join us at Asan Beach for our Micronesian Islands Arts Showcase. Explore beautiful art pieces created by our Artists-in-Residence who incorporate traditional designs and techniques from around Micronesia. Registration is not required. Open to public. All ages are welcome.
Embrace your creativity and learn about Lava Lava traditional weaving techniques. Local artists will help you create your own masterpieces. Registration is suggested. To register visit the T. Stell Newman Visitor Center located in Sumay or contact Park Ranger Kina Lewis at: firstname.lastname@example.org or park rangers at: 333-4055.
This report focuses on the Pacific Island region, north and south, from the Republic of Palau to the Pitcairn Islands. It is the third in a series of reports dedicated to describing the present status and long-term trends of coral reefs, with one report for each biogeographic area.