Helping to Sustain a Way of Life in the Bahamas


conch eggs

Conchs lay hundreds of thousands of tiny eggs in a sandy egg mass. The larvae emerge after 5 days and drift on currents for up to a month before settling to the bottom of the ocean.


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Rachel’s Network is named in honor of Rachel Carson, an author and scientist who transformed cultural perceptions of the environment with the publication of Silent Spring. The organization aims to raise the profile of women philanthropists by building collaborative alliances among women who care deeply about the environment. Rachel’s Network provides an important pathway and inspiration for calling attention to the pressing environmental issues facing our country and increasing women’s overall levels of political and civic engagement. Community Conch is proud to be a fiscal sponsorship project of Rachel’s Network.


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