THE EAG IS MOVING TO A NEW HOMEMonday 27th March 2023
Dear EAG Members and Friends,
The National Museum of Antigua and Barbuda has been our home since we first "opened our doors" over 3 decades ago in 1989, and what a wonderful journey it has been for us. Being at the Museum has allowed us to grow, provide a safe environment to interact and build the capacity of our volunteers and staff, in addition to having a bright presence in the heart of St. John's.
But it's time to start a new chapter, and with that being said, we are happy to announce that WE ARE MOVING!!!!!!
Our staff has expanded, and we now have 8 team members who cannot fit comfortably in the Museum. We are sad to have to leave the Museum, but are glad to know that we must move, because our core conservation programmes are expanding, and we are able to offer more jobs in the environmental field to young professionals from across the region and around the world.
We have begun to move and will be established at our new home on Burma Road (just behind the Ivan Rodrigues Reverse Osmosis Plant and near to LIAT cargo) from April 3rd 2023. See the link to our new office here. We are excited about our new home because it is right in the NEMMA (North East Marine Management Area), borders two Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBAs) and we can see the offshore islands from our office! Our team is so excited at the thought of how much more we will be able to do with a larger space and new location, and hope that you will join us on this new journey.
Moving, however, takes a lot and if you are able to support us with your time to move equipment, or able to support the purchase of office furniture or supplies, we would be really appreciative. If you are able, please send us a message or give us a call. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thank you for supporting us over the years during our time at the Museum. We look forward to even greater things in our new home.
More info to come soon!
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