Save The Bays has been formed by a diverse group of stakeholders to help combat such threats. Join us in our efforts to protect our common marine environment.Support Us
We are a proud member of the Waterkeeper Alliance, the world’s fastest growing environmental movement that has united more than 290 Waterkeeper organizations around the world.Learn More
Thanks to your contributions, Save The Bays is already engaged in legal action to stop oil pollution in Clifton Bay and is prepared to act to protect other waters.Learn More
Promote sustainable, responsible development, ensuring that all approvals for residential and commercial projects abide by governing regulations.How You Can Help
Land-based parks unite communities, preserve land & curb crime while marine parks provide habitats for thousands of species, protect fragile coral reefs & provide economic stimulus.Learn More
The Freedom of Information Act, allows access to the public’s business and the Bahamas is one of the last countries in the world without the legislation.Learn More
An EPA with regulations and teeth will take the bite out of environmental abuse by making violators accountable for their actions.Learn More
The Bahamas still has a window of opportunity to preserve fish, crawfish and conch populations for future generations.Learn More
Fraternity brothers help monitor water quality FREEPORT, Bahamas, March 15, 2018 – Waterkeepers Bahamas is on a mission to educate the entire population about the importance of clean water. The latest partner in this effort is the Sigma Beta Lambda chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, …Read More
Save the Bays named partner by leading global nonprofit Affiliation will give local advocacy group access to funding from more than 1,200 environmentally conscious companies and individuals around the world A reputation for fearless and groundbreaking environmental advocacy has led to Save the Bays being named an …Read More
Please join us in helping protect our beautiful waters from a number of threats that are compromising the bay’s coastline and threatening both marine life and habitat.
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