Historic day for Utila Dive Center.
Earth Day 2017!

April was Conservation Month for Utila Dive Centre, and throughout the month we’ve been talking about the variety of different conservation practices and programs at UDC lead by our GoECO team. That all lead up to our planned Beach Clean Up on Earth Day. We headed out through Utila’s lagoon to reach the beach adjacent to one of our adoptive dive sites, Black Coral Wall, to clean up as much debris and trash as we possibly could.

This turned out to be Utila Dive Centre’s biggest beach clean-up ever! Our enormous group of willing volunteers, guided by Jemma Aitken and her April GoECO students, made a tremendous contribution to the health and well-being of the island. We are so proud of everyone’s efforts! Check out the video for some highlights of the day!

If you’d like to learn more about our conservation and ecology initiatives and are interested in pursuing a professional dive career with a focus on conservationism, please contact GoECO Program Lead Jemma Aitken on goeco@utiladivecenter.com for more information.

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