August 19, 2017 6:23 pm Last modified: 5:14 am

National Park

V. I. National Park Removes Dangerous Coconut Trees

 The management of Virgin Islands National Park alerts the public it will be removing some of the more hazardous and/or dead coconut trees from Maho Bay pavilion and parking areas.

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V.I. National Park Conducts 22nd Folk-life Festival

 The management of Virgin Islands National Park announces the presentation of the 22nd Annual Folk-life Festival. This year’s program will be conducted on Feb. 28 and March 1.

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National Park Service Hosts Society of Virgin Islands Historians

 The annual meeting of the Society of Virgin Islands Historians will be held in the Guinea and West India Company Warehouse/ Old Slave Market building at the corner of Company and Hospital Streets on Saturday, Jan. 19.

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Buck Island 50th Anniversary 2012 Lecture Series Continues

 In celebration of Buck Island Reef’s 50th anniversary year as a National Monument, the National Park Service continues its public lectures about Buck Island Reef National Monument on every second Thursday of each month.

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National Park Service Continues Lectures About Buck Island Reef Monument

 In celebration of Buck Island Reef’s 50th anniversary year as a National Monument, the National Park Service continues its public lectures about Buck Island Reef National Monument on every second Thursday of each month.

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National Park Sites Reopen After Storm

Salt River Bay National Historical Park and Ecological Preserve, and Buck Island Reef National Monument located on St. Croix are once again open as Tropical Storm Isaac has passed the Virgin Islands by.

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National Park Sites Close for Tropical Storm Isaac

Buck Island Reef National Monument, Christiansted National Historic Site as well as Salt River Bay National Historical Park and Ecological Preserve will be closed until further notice.

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Buck Island’s 50th Anniversary Lecture Series Continues

 

In celebration of Buck Island Reef’s 50th anniversary years as a National Monument, the National Park Service continues its public lectures about Buck Island Reef National Monument on every second Thursday of each month.

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NPS Announces Temporary Closing of Clock Tower Area

The National Park Service (NPS) will be replacing the weather vane on the Steeple Building Clock Tower located at the corner of Hospital Street and Company Street. Access to this area will

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Native Plant Community Restoration Plant-Out at Salt River Bay Continues

This month, the National Park Service continues its ecological community restoration program in the Judith’s Fancy/Hemer’s Peninsula part of the Salt River Bay National Historical Park and Ecological Pr

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