Conservation and restoration scientists often rely on data collected by citizen scientists to achieve a broader picture of their research subject or area- it truly “takes a village” to monitor, and ultimately preserve our beaches!
Join in on this important and fun work as we partner with Miami EcoAdventures
and the Miami-Dade County Parks department as we conduct a beach cleanup along Crandon Park Beach, sort through the trash, and then collect important marine debris data!
Meet at the Crandon Visitors and Nature Center. You do not need to pay for parking, just pick up a parking pass from the event organizers upon arrival.
– Must be at least 9 years old and youth under 15 must have a parent or guardian present
– Please bring a refillable water bottle, close-toed shoes, and protection from the sun
– Please arrive at your scheduled start time and practice social distancing
– Community service hours can be provided at the end of the event
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, BUT REQUIRE ACCOMMODATIONS DUE TO DISABILITY, NEURODIVERGENCE, AND/OR CHRONIC ILLNESS, PLEASE EMAIL BONNIE@DEBRISFREEOCEANS.ORG SO ACCOMMODATIONS CAN BE MADE