US Virgin Islands

Maho Bay, US Virgin IslandsPhoto credit: Steve Simonsen

The U.S. Virgin Islands share vibrant natural beauty: lush green hillsides, inviting white-sand beaches, and astonishing blue bays and inlets. But these iconic natural resources are at risk from development, which scars the land and pollutes picturesque waters.

Since 1999, we've worked to protect sensitive lands across the U.S. Virgin Islands, conserving coral reefs, critical habitat, historic ruins, and the natural resources that support the West Indian way of life. Our experts work closely with communities to address their conservation needs so that future generations can enjoy this island paradise as we do today.

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US Virgin Islands projects

Projects (sorted alphabetically):

Castle Nugent, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands

Located on the southeastern shore of the island, the 1400-acree Castle Nugent Farms is the largest privately held property in the Virgin Islands

U.S. Virgin Islands

Since 1999, The Trust for Public Land has protected natural and historic places on the islands of St. John, St. Croix and St. Thomas in the U.S.Virgin Islands.

Estate Grange, U.S. Virgin Islands

TPL is working to ensure that Estate Grange is protected by the National Park Service as a National Historic Site.

Estate Maho Bay, US Virgin Islands

In September 2007, The Trust for Public Land purchased and permanently protected the majority of a 419-acre site known as Estate Maho Bay, located in the heart of St. John.

Gibney Beach, U.S. Virgin Islands

In 1999, The Trust for Public Land protected Gibney Beach in Hawksnest Bay, ranked by Islands Magazine as one of the ten most beautiful beaches in the world.

Roosevelt Park, U.S. Virgin Islands

With the support of a private philanthropist, TPL helped restore historic Franklin D. Roosevelt Park in downtown Charlotte Amalie.

Salt River Bay National Historic Park, U.S. Virgin Islands

On the island of St. Croix, TPL has protected 120 acres that have become part of the Salt River Bay National Historical Park and Ecological Preserve.