La Réserve naturelle de Saint-Martin est une aire marine protégée de 30km2 située au nord-est de l’île de Saint-Martin. Créé en 1998, cet espace préserve les cinq principaux écosystèmes de l’île : récifs coralliens, mangroves, herbiers de phanérogames, étangs et forêt sèche littorale. La Réserve gère également les 14 étangs du Conservatoire du littoral et ses 11 km de rivages terrestres naturels.

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Journal de la Réserve Naturelle de St.Martin #30

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Journal de la Réserve Naturelle de St.Martin #29

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Journal de la Réserve Naturelle de St.Martin #28

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Journal 27 - 2016

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Journal 26 - 2016

Thank You Saint Barth! The Réserve Naturelle hosted Karl Questel, a ranger at the Territorial Environmental Agency of Saint Barth, on May 16-29.

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Journal 25 - 2016

For the past 15 years, the Réserve Naturelle has worked hard to ensure the success of its missions for environmental protection, promotion, and awareness. It keeps a close eye on various sites on land and at sea, to make sure they remain well managed and natural.

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Journal 24 - 2015

Ramona Connor Vice-president

Collectivity of Saint Martin Vice-president, AGOA management council

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Newsletter  23 - 2015

The importance that I attach to our natural environment is every bit as imperative as the challenges we face in the 21st century. I am pleased that I was able to address this subject during the Caribbean Climate Conference in Fort-de-France on May 9, 2015, with the president of France and the minister of the environment in the audience. On a national level, France is committed to the fight against climate change and by working together we can improve the current situation. Just as by working together locally, we can make sure our island is more beautiful, cleaner, and more welcoming.

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Journal 22 - 2015

At first glance, many of you might wonder what a member of the public prosecutor’s office is doing writing the editorial for a magazine about the Réserve Naturelle of Saint Martin. On the surface, our functions are so very different, from sanctioning and punishing on the one hand, to protecting flora and fauna on the other, that one might actually wonder what we talk about when we meet.

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Newsletter 21 - 2014

The Nature Reserve’s project to create a Ma-rine Biodiversity Institute holds a privileged position in the European Operational Pro-gram 2014-2020, and I am very pleased about it. Besides the fact that it will further enhance the environmental protection that is already in place, this new center is an important asset for the creation of new career paths and the promotion of ecotourism on the French side of the island. My team, partners and I have wor-ked together with the Reserve on defining this project in order to dispose of a truly effective tool.

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Newsletter 20 - 2014

I am delighted to share the news of our beautiful Reserve and its team whom I congratulate on the quality of their work and their implication on all fronts.
Nothing is fixed at the Reserve, missions follow one after the other without interruption, and each one is carried out with great dynamism.

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Journal 19 - 2014

The track record,15 years later..Founded in 1998, the Saint-Martin Nature Reserve is celebrating its fifteenth anniversary this year. I realize how far it has come and how much work has been accomplished since its creation. Thanks to our local, regional, national, and international partners, and particularly the préfecture of Saint-Barthélemy and Saint-Martin, our island has become the key platform, the hub, for dealing with environmental problems.

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Nicolas Maslach

After having been away for three years, during which time I was managing other marine protected areas, and implemented the AGOA sanctuary for marine mammals in the French Antilles, it is with great pleasure and enthusiasm that I return to the Saint-Martin Nature Reserve and its team. And with pride I note the presence of many sea turtles in our waters, better coral cover, a greater abundance of fish, and a greater recovery of mangroves on the banks of certain salt ponds.

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Nature Reserve Newsletter # 17 - 2013

Saint-Martin has an exceptional natural heritage..
The Nature Reserve and the Conservatoire du Littoral (Coastal Conservancy) protect these natural areas for us.
Beyond the protection of our biodiversity, they also guarantee our quality of life and maintain the beauty of the island as a tourist destination.
Preserving these areas is a major challenge for our country.

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Slowly but surely, interest in the environment is progressing on our island.
The proof of increased interest in the environment can be seen in the growing number of eco-volunteers taking part in our projects, as well as the large number of public and private initiatives for cleaning up the coastline, and also the important role that our natural sites are playing in the promotion of the island. However, attacks against the environment continue and are intolerable.

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Seven scientists, close to 200 dives at night and during the day, a transient laboratory, and three weeks of intense study to identify 700 new species within the Réserve Naturelle!
The first results of this scientific expedition exceeded all of our expectations, and the staff was thrilled to discover so many species never before identified in our waters.

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Dolphins, humpback whales, sea turtles, tropicbirds, shorebirds…
An incredible array of fauna to be found under the sea, on land, and in the air. The staff of the Réserve Naturelle observes, counts, and evaluates the wellbeing of these various populations in order to protect our extraordinary natural heritage.
We would like to thank all the eco-volunteers and attentive citizens who share our mission with us: to conserve St Martin’s natural resources as much as possible.

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On an island like ours, with its 16 salt ponds and 40 kilometers of coastline, the preservation of our natural milieus and our quality of life are inherently linked. In all of the areas that are under our control, the staff of the Réserve Naturelle is vigilant and demanding when any of these sites is in danger.
At the same time, these protected zones also support many sustainable economic activities.

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