Planting Projects

Bahamas Restoration Initiative

Over 11,748 mangroves planted! Working in partnership with Bonefish & Tarpon Trust and local organizations, we’re restoring critical mangrove forests destroyed in the wake of Hurricane Dorian to preserve the islands and their fisheries.

33,240 lbs

of blue carbon

4.74 Acres

of mangrove forests


in ecosystem benefits

Bahama natives working together to dig small potholes to plant mangrove seedlings
MANG volunteer in a MANG bonefish and tarpon design shortsleeve performance shirt delivering buckets of mangrove seedlings by boat
Three Bahama native volunteers digging potholes and planting mangrove seedlings in the sand by the water
MANG volunteers traveling by boat to the next mangrove planting destination in the Bahamas

Replant & Restore

In 2019, Hurricane Dorian devastated over 179 sq. kms (69 sq. miles) of mangrove forests on Grand Bahama Island and The Abacos, hindering the ability for natural restoration to occur easily. To date, we’ve shipped 27,000 mangrove propagules to Grand Bahama Island to build a remote nursery, and we’re committing to plant 100,000 mangroves over the next 5 years with BTT to help kickstart natural mangrove recruitment.

Shop now and help us to rebuild these mangrove forests in The Bahamas in order to preserve their world-class bonefishing industry and the future of the island.
Through our local partnerships we’re also working to bring awareness to related issues of wildlife health and water quality affecting our entire ecosystem alongside planting a mangrove for every product we sell through our Buy One, Plant One initiative. Shop now to help support coastal ecosystems.

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