Jost Van Dykes Preservation Society is a not-for-profit organisation, "'dedicated to the preservation of the island of Jost Van Dyke [in the British Virgin Islands] - its land, the surrounding sea, its living creatures, and its culture through conservation, cultivation, education, and research".

JVDPS is focusing on several projects: Maritime Heritage Programme (the building of a 32-foot wooden island sloop, the Endeavour II, and development of maritime heritage programme involving research, youth training and education with funding awarded by UNESCO); Community-based Programme Advancing Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development (baseline research and publication of an Environmental Profile for Jost Van Dyke, along with a number of public outreach activities and the development of a community research and monitoring programme); Protection of Native Fauna through Invasive Species Control (a programme to protect native birds and reptiles through feral cat and mongoose control).