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Holywell Visitor Center

Park Ranger, Ryan Love, points out to Shauna-Lee Chai, Conservation Science Officer, and Herma Nathan, Station Chief at Holywell, some of the areas of concern to the Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park. There are ten watersheds in the park and 40% of Kingston's drinking water comes from within the park and 76% of the island's drinking water comes from within the entire park area.

The building in the background is the Holywell Visitor Center which was recently damaged by Hurricane Ivan. It will soon be refurbished and houses a lot of information about the Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park. It is also used to provide resource education to the visiting public.

Panorama taken 11/18/04

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Park Ranger, Ryan Love, discusses the importance of the watersheds.



Herma Nathan, Station Chief at Holywell, discusses the Visitor Center.
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