The National Conservation Commission is committed to adding social value in all its endeavors. We are of the firm belief, that the growth of any nation is dependent on the growth of the society as a whole. Ensuring that a nation’s recreational requirements are met is of primary concern, especially in a hectic work environment. The Commission’s social commitment to the Barbadian community is well established and its mandate in this regard is wide and varied.
Department of the Ministry of the Environment & National Beautification
List of departments
The Human Resources and Administration Department
Transport, Mechanics & Welders Department
The Building & Works Department
The Accounts Department
The Field Services Department
The Ranger Warden Service
Public Relations/Marketing Department
The Folkestone Park & Marine Reserve
Over the last twenty-two years the Commission’s staff compliment has grown progressively and now stands at approximately six hundred & seventy-nine (679) employees.
The Barbados National Tree Planting Project more affectionately known as, “WE PLANTIN’”, is a long term strategic initiative, to launch a green revolution in Barbados. Under Pillar 5 of the BLP’s Manifesto (2018), there is a call-to-action, for “PROTECTING AND PRESERVING OUR ENVIRONMENT”; which is the mandate for this project.