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- Invasive Vine Control Project on Saipan

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Greetings, Hafa Adai, and Tirow Wóómi:

Welcome to the website of the Asia Pacific Academy of Science, Education and Environmental Management. The goals of APASEEM are to serve as an advocacy-neutral hosting forum for science, science education, and environmental management presentations; to promote discussions of mutual interest amongst regional science and environmental management professionals, teachers, students, and the general public; and to help sponsor grant & donation-funded noteworthy projects within these disciplines.

Our organization emphasizes recent developments in the Asia-Pacific region in these areas of interest:

APASEEM is based on the island of Saipan in the US Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands

The addition in 2008 of “Science Education” to our group’s focus areas expanded APASEEM’s encompassing scope and potential audiences considerably. In Summer 2009, as its first major project-support effort, the group helped to host the Tinian Discovery Camp. In Summer 2011, the group co-sponsored a large group training event for monitoring reef health and coral bleaching occurrences.

APASEEM is a nonexclusive professional association, initially begun in April 2004 and formally established in November 2008. The group’s official ‘US and CNMI-recognized ‘501C (3) Nonprofit Status was accomplished in July, 2011. The Academy’s base is in the U.S. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands with most meetings held on Saipan.

Link to entire APASEEM Organizational Synopsis with list of past and present staff members.

How to contact us - email: apaseem@gmail.com or fill out this communication form.

Click this link for Calendar.

above photos left to right: Magnificent Frigate Bird, Foraminiferan Shell, Arabwal (Beach Morning Glory) Plants on Beach