Invasive lionfish educational materials are an essential tool to educate as well as create interest. Since 2009, the C.O.R.E. Foundation's Caribbean Lionfish Response Program has provided many different materials to educate communities and its visitors. Providing interesting, while informative information that empowers the reader to be a part of the solution. Educational materials have been distributed throughout the BVI, USVI and Puerto Rico tourist areas, community centers as well as environmental events.
2015 EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS PROVIDED
Jan. 2015 - USVI July 2015 - Puerto Rico
Educational materials to be provided for Charleston County, South Carolina in late 2015!!
Invasive Lionfish Public Awareness Poster English and Spanish
St. John USVI Poster
Since 2009, C.O.R.E. has provided educational posters on the topic of the invasive lionfish invasion in the USVI, BVI and Puerto Rico. These 11" X 13" informational posters have been an invaluable tool to educate the local's of these territories as well as the 1000's of tourists that visit the territories each day. Although this invasive species has been a topic since 1985, continuing education and expanding education outreach is essential.
Educational posters are utilized to educate about biology, population expansion, sighting contact information, what to do if stung and identification photos that differentiate between indigenous and invasive lionfish. Posters such as these are very important to give as much information about the invasive species, its expansion and what is being done without losing the person's interest.
Educational materials are meant to create interest but more importantly empowering the individual to assist with programming.
Invasive Lionfish Public Awareness Postcard English and Spanish
FRONT - Puerto Rico 2015
3" X 6" Public Awareness Postcards are an effective educational tool. They consist of facts, sting first aid and contact information. Postcards reach many different ages and groups of people due to its mobile nature. Compact size, educational facts and contact information encourage users to keep for future reference or to pass along to another. Invasive lionfish educational postcards include the economical environmental problem and the solution to empower the reader.
BACK - Puerto Rico 2015
Postcard information includesTerritories Assisted Biology of Invasive lionfish British Virgin Islands Lionfish Sting First Aid Puerto Rico How to get involved Turks and Caicos Sighting / Removal Phone Hotline United States Virgin Islands Invasive Lionfish Sighting/Removal Webpage COMING SOON - Charleston, SC. USA
Invasive Lionfish Public Awareness Placard English and Spanish
Invasive Lionfish Public Awareness Placard - Puerto Rico 2015
This 9" X 11" placard is similar to the Invasive Lionfish Public Awareness poster. Due to size, several pictures are taken off to ensure maximizing information. This placard was designed to be island specific as well as providing a space for "THE USER" to list their own Invasive Species Management group or program in the lower 1/3 of the placard.
This educational tool was made to assist other communities with information proliferation. Many places in the USA as well as the Caribbean and Atlantic need an educational program implemented or assisted. The open space on the placard was intentionally placed for that region's invasive lionfish sighting hotline. It was made large enough to put an email, phone number or website.
Contact C.O.R.E. if you would like the Invasive Lionfish Public Awareness Placard for your group or region.
Invasive Lionfish U/W Identification Card
The Invasive Lionfish U/W Identification card was designed to exponentially assist with public awareness. The Lionfish ID card is offered to Scuba Diving or Snorkel operation's to reach their clients. Tourism operators deal with 1000's of national and international clients a year. C.O.R.E has provided Lionfish ID's to assist operations in education as well as empowering the client to assist with the solution. This card empowers the client to confirm a positive sighting and enact a response system. The instructions on the back, give the individual clear instructions on what to do and whom to contact.
Invasive Lionfish ID Card Includes Public Awareness Education Invasive Lionfish Identification Picture Sighting Protocol Sighting Contact Information
Invasive Lionfish International Charter Placard
Due to the high traffic between territories, this placard was designed with the 100's of charters that service the USVI, BVI, Puerto Rico as well as other island communities in mind. Many visitors to the USVI take advantage of the close proximity of the BVI and Puerto Rico. C.O.R.E. has provided International Charters as well as USVI Charter operators with current lionfish information along with sighting contact information for all regions visited.
Invasive Lionfish International Charter Placard Includes Biology of Invasive Lionfish Lionfish Sting First Aid How to get involved Sighting / Removal Phone Hotline Sighting/Removal Webpage
Invasive Lionfish First Aid Placard
Invasive Lionfish Sting First Aid Placard 2012
Since 2010, all C.O.R.E. lionfish educational materials have provided Lionfish Sting First Aid information. To highlight and expand on information provided on other educational materials, a 9" X 11" Lionfish Sting First Aid Placard was designed in 2011. Beaches, resorts and marine parks are just a few important areas this placard is implemented.
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