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Zuma the Explorer Drives Education

Education is key to preserving and protecting The Bahamas for future generations, as The Bahamas National Trust forges partnerships.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Education is key to preserving and protecting The Bahamas for future generations.

The Bahamas National Trust is forging partnerships and bringing new hands on deck to get the job done.

Kristina Dragovich tells us more.



Bahamas National Trust Education Officer, Jonisha Cartwright introduces Zuma the Explorer – a young Bahamian adventurer who brings issues of climate change, stewardship and the environment to Bahamian kids ages five through twelve.

It’s part of the BNT’s mission to partner with The Bahamas Ministry Of Education to equip young Bahamians with the tools they need to understand and protect the environment.

Carey says the BNT recognized the need to find new ways to engage young people – and Zuma the Explorer was the perfect partner.

The 12-episode series was created in partnership with the Sandals Foundation, a long time partner of the BNT on conservation efforts.

You can find Zuma the Explorer on the BNT’s website and on YouTube. BNT says it is already in talks to produce season two of the eco-conservation series.

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