Maharees Conservation was formed on 16th February, 2016 in response to growing concerns of the problems associated with the worsening coastal erosion at Maharees. The objectives of Maharees Conservation are: 1. To protect the coast line and the natural habitat of Maharees and its environs for the benefit of the Maharees community, visitors to Maharees and members of the general public who have an interest in the natural and cultural heritage of Maharees 2. To raise awareness of the challenges presented by coastal erosion to the Maharees among key stakeholder groups. 3. To raise awareness of the unique habitats and rich biodiversity of Maharees among key stakeholder groups. 4. To promote sustainable tourism in Maharees – particularly tourism that promotes an appreciation of the natural environment.