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'Jammin For Nature', Earth Day Weekend 2012 Live from Eleuthera

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image Section of round table discussion at the One Eleuthera partners meeting.

(Eleuthera, Bahamas)  - On Saturday, November 12, 2011, in the run up to Earth Day 2012, the newly launched One Eleuthera Foundation held a Partners Meeting, which saw members in attendance from a variety of organizations involved with the planning for the highly anticipated "Jammin for Nature" Earth Day Concert, being held here in Eleuthera.  'One Eleuthera' has partnered with The Nature Conservancy (Caribbean Region); Music City Roots of Nashville, Tennessee and; the The Nature Conservancy’s Tennessee Chapter to pull together a unique Earth Day event. 


International, National and Local partners gathered to discuss upcoming Earth Day event plans for Eleuthera.

Earth Day in Eleuthera, promises to bring together hundreds of wealthy investors interested in conservation and talented international music artists, in an effort to, "brand the island of Eleuthera as a destination in scale with nature", according to organizers.  Along with international partners, other organizations attending the meeting included, the Bahamas National Trust, The Eleuthera Chamber of Commerce, The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, the UMass Amherst Center for Heritage & Society, The Haynes Library, The Bannerman Town/Millars/John Millars Association, The North Eleuthera Historic Society, Governor's Harbour Heritage Trust, The Island School, The South Eleuthera Mission, The Ocean Hole Initiative and others.

The countdown to April 22, Earth Day 2012 has begun.
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