Did you know that much of the USVI was once covered in Dry Forest? These days there is far less of it, yet much of our native wildlife relies on it for habitat. Read more about Dry Forests on this page created by UVI student Serena Joseph. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.S._Virgin_Islands_Dry_Forest
St Croix Environmental Association (SEA)
Known locally as SEA, we are a 500+ member organization committed to protecting and conserving our beautiful island environment. St. Croix is the largest of the US Virgin Islands and is surrounded by turquoise waters and some of the most colorful coral reefs in the Caribbean.
SEA was formed as a grass roots organization in 1986. By creating innovative environmental education programs for children and adults, sponsoring engaging activities and remaining vigilant in seeking compliance with local and federal environmental regulations, the St. Croix Environmental Association continues to provide leadership for a healthy and sustainable environment.
In the News
Take some time to browse through our updated news blog to find out what SEA is up to, find current SEA events on our Calendar and browse through our archives to find educational material and other information. Interested in booking one of our Educational Programs? Find details here.