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Margaret Pace Park - Barry University Cleanup

Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 10:00 AM · 58 rsvps
Margaret Pace Park in Miami, FL

Barry University, VolunteerCleanup.Org, and SurfRider are joining together for a massive cleanup along the shoreline of beautiful Margaret Pace Park. Last cleanup netted about 400 pounds of trash. Join us. Community Service Hours will be given to those who need it.

 


Full Moon Party after Beach Clean Up

Saturday, April 04, 2015 at 09:30 AM · 11 rsvps

Hello everyone and welcome to our beach clean up and event and consciousness. We will be holding a meeting the night before on April 3rd, Friday, to organize all the volunteers as well and having a small drumming session. If you have any questions please contact me at Frank Xavier Rugely on Facebook or The Casalibre Foundation on Facebook, or Thecasalibrefoundation@gmail.com. Meeting starts at 9:30 pm on Friday. Thank you!  


Hollywood Beach Sweeps (Monthly)

Saturday, April 11, 2015 at 07:00 AM · 2 rsvps
Charnow Park in Hollywood, FL

Hollywood Beach Sweeps are conducted on the second Saturday of the every month from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.  Volunteers meet at Charnow Park, which is located at Garfield Street and A1A, and collect litter and cigarette butts from the beach.  Please complete the registration form and bring it with you.

Always check http://www.hollywoodfl.org/index.aspx?nid=746 for the current schedule. Minimum age to volunteer is eight, and an adult must accompany minors. Volunteers must wear proper cleanup attire.  T-shirt and shorts are acceptable. All volunteers must wear closed-toe shoes -- No flip-flops. Volunteers wearing flip-flops will not be allowed to participate. It is recommended that volunteers wear a hat and sunscreen and bring their own water. It is also a good idea to bring a snack. 

Safety and Equipment:
Keep Hollywood Beautiful will provide trash bags and gloves. Staff will conduct a short safety meeting and provide cleanup instructions prior to the cleanup on the day of the event. 

Parking:
Volunteers should park and meet at Charnow Park, 300 Connecticut Street. Carpooling is highly recommended. Not only is it good for the environment, but parking on the beach is limited. We cannot guarantee free parking for all volunteers. Parking passes will be issued at the Registration Table which you must place on your car dashboard.

Marine Debris:
Marine debris is often the result of deliberate or accidental actions by people on land or at sea. For example, uncovered trash bins, litter, debris left in streets and on beaches, and items thrown overboard can all become marine debris. Items can travel far before landing on shorelines or settling in the ocean. Marine debris can come from anywhere-it can be carried by rivers, streams, and other waterways into the ocean. 

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Floatopia Green Team (South Beach) - Shift 1

Saturday, April 18, 2015 at 09:00 AM
Ocean and 1st (on the sand) in Miami Beach, FL

Floatopia will be bringing thousands of visitors from all around South Florida to bask in the sun and float in the water. VolunteerCleanup.Org, Surfrider Miami, ECOMB, and Clean Up Miami Beach are creating a Floatopia "Green Team" to ensure that our beach is kept clean and they only leave Float-Prints..  

We will have 5 shifts to educate the Floatopians and facilitate clean beaches.

     9am – Noon - Setup and Education upon arrival
     11am – 2pm (overlapping shift) - Keeping the beach clean and engagement
     1pm – 4pm (overlapping shift) - Keeping the beach clean and engagement
     3pm – 6pm (overlapping shift) - Keeping the beach clean and engagement
     5pm – 8pm (overlapping shift) - Final Cleanup

Tasks :
     - Working the tents (education, free water, plastic bag swap)
     - Maintaining trash buckets along the soft-pack sand
     - Positive Engagement with people on the Softpack Sand
     - Separation of recyclables at Hard Pack
     - Floating Trash Cans (Kayak and SUP)


Floatopia Green Team (South Beach) - Shift 2

Saturday, April 18, 2015 at 11:00 AM
Ocean and 1st (on the sand) in Miami Beach, FL

Floatopia will be bringing thousands of visitors from all around South Florida to bask in the sun and float in the water. VolunteerCleanup.Org, Surfrider Miami, ECOMB, and Clean Up Miami Beach are creating a Floatopia "Green Team" to ensure that our beach is kept clean and they only leave Float-Prints..  

We will have 5 shifts to educate the Floatopians and facilitate clean beaches.

     9am – Noon - Setup and Education upon arrival
     11am – 2pm (overlapping shift) - Keeping the beach clean and engagement
     1pm – 4pm (overlapping shift) - Keeping the beach clean and engagement
     3pm – 6pm (overlapping shift) - Keeping the beach clean and engagement
     5pm – 8pm (overlapping shift) - Final Cleanup

Tasks :
     - Working the tents (education, free water, plastic bag swap)
     - Maintaining trash buckets along the soft-pack sand
     - Positive Engagement with people on the Softpack Sand
     - Separation of recyclables at Hard Pack
     - Floating Trash Cans (Kayak and SUP)


Floatopia Green Team (South Beach) - Shift 3

Saturday, April 18, 2015 at 01:00 PM
Ocean and 1st (on the sand) in Miami Beach, FL

Floatopia will be bringing thousands of visitors from all around South Florida to bask in the sun and float in the water. VolunteerCleanup.Org, Surfrider Miami, ECOMB, and Clean Up Miami Beach are creating a Floatopia "Green Team" to ensure that our beach is kept clean and they only leave Float-Prints..  

We will have 5 shifts to educate the Floatopians and facilitate clean beaches.

     9am – Noon - Setup and Education upon arrival
     11am – 2pm (overlapping shift) - Keeping the beach clean and engagement
     1pm – 4pm (overlapping shift) - Keeping the beach clean and engagement
     3pm – 6pm (overlapping shift) - Keeping the beach clean and engagement
     5pm – 8pm (overlapping shift) - Final Cleanup

Tasks :
     - Working the tents (education, free water, plastic bag swap)
     - Maintaining trash buckets along the soft-pack sand
     - Positive Engagement with people on the Softpack Sand
     - Separation of recyclables at Hard Pack
     - Floating Trash Cans (Kayak and SUP)


Floatopia Green Team (South Beach) - Shift 4

Saturday, April 18, 2015 at 03:00 PM
Ocean and 1st (on the sand) in Miami Beach, FL

Floatopia will be bringing thousands of visitors from all around South Florida to bask in the sun and float in the water. VolunteerCleanup.Org, Surfrider Miami, ECOMB, and Clean Up Miami Beach are creating a Floatopia "Green Team" to ensure that our beach is kept clean and they only leave Float-Prints..  

We will have 5 shifts to educate the Floatopians and facilitate clean beaches.

     9am – Noon - Setup and Education upon arrival
     11am – 2pm (overlapping shift) - Keeping the beach clean and engagement
     1pm – 4pm (overlapping shift) - Keeping the beach clean and engagement
     3pm – 6pm (overlapping shift) - Keeping the beach clean and engagement
     5pm – 8pm (overlapping shift) - Final Cleanup

Tasks :
     - Working the tents (education, free water, plastic bag swap)
     - Maintaining trash buckets along the soft-pack sand
     - Positive Engagement with people on the Softpack Sand
     - Separation of recyclables at Hard Pack
     - Floating Trash Cans (Kayak and SUP)


Floatopia Green Team (South Beach) - Shift 5

Saturday, April 18, 2015 at 05:00 PM
Ocean and 1st (on the sand) in Miami Beach, FL

Floatopia will be bringing thousands of visitors from all around South Florida to bask in the sun and float in the water. VolunteerCleanup.Org, Surfrider Miami, ECOMB, and Clean Up Miami Beach are creating a Floatopia "Green Team" to ensure that our beach is kept clean and they only leave Float-Prints..  

We will have 5 shifts to educate the Floatopians and facilitate clean beaches.

     9am – Noon - Setup and Education upon arrival
     11am – 2pm (overlapping shift) - Keeping the beach clean and engagement
     1pm – 4pm (overlapping shift) - Keeping the beach clean and engagement
     3pm – 6pm (overlapping shift) - Keeping the beach clean and engagement
     5pm – 8pm (overlapping shift) - Final Cleanup

Tasks :
     - Working the tents (education, free water, plastic bag swap)
     - Maintaining trash buckets along the soft-pack sand
     - Positive Engagement with people on the Softpack Sand
     - Separation of recyclables at Hard Pack
     - Floating Trash Cans (Kayak and SUP)


Baynanza 2015 - FIU North Biscayne Bay Campus (boat site)

Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 08:00 AM

Join thousands of volunteers and help clean of one of our most precious natural resources: Biscayne Bay. Baynanza takes place from 9 a.m. to noon, with boat captain volunteers gathering by 8 a.m. Registration for all 24 Baynanza cleanup sites will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

Register now at : http://www.miamidade.gov/environment/baynanza/volunteer_form.asp
Once you register, make sure to sign up for future Volunteer Cleanup opportunities in your area : http://www.volunteercleanup.org/volunteer
 

Baynanza 2015 is on April 25

North

  • Oleta River State Park -- 3400 NE 163 St., North Miami Beach
  • FIU North Biscayne Bay Campus (boat site) -- Northeast 151st Street and Biscayne Boulevard, North Miami
  • Haulover Beach Park -- 10800 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour
  • Town of Surfside -- 9301 Collins Ave., Surfside
  • Pelican Harbor Marina (boat site) -- 1275 NE 79 St., Miami

Central

  • Morningside Park (boat site) -- 750 NE 55 Terr., Miami
  • Julia Tuttle Causeway -- Interstate 195, eastbound lanes
  • Maurice Gibb Park: Monument and Teachers Island (boat site) -- Purdy Avenue and 18th Street, Miami Beach
  • E.G. Sewell Park -- 1825 NW South River Dr., Miami

Keys: Virginia, Biscayne

  • Rickenbacker Causeway -- the causeway, just after toll plaza
  • Miami Marine Stadium -- 3501 Rickenbacker Cswy., Miami
  • Crandon Park -- 6767 Crandon Blvd., Key Biscayne
  • Historic Virginia Key Beach Park-South (VIP site) -- 4020 Virginia Beach Dr., Miami
  • Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park -- 1200 Crandon Blvd., Key Biscayne

South Central

  • Vizcaya Museum and Gardens -- 3251 South Miami Ave., Miami
  • Shake-A-Leg Miami (boat site) -- 2620 South Bayshore Dr., Miami

South

  • Matheson Hammock Park -- 9610 Old Cutler Rd., Coral Gables
  • R. Hardy Matheson Park -- 11100 Old Cutler Rd., Coral Gables
  • Chapman Field Park – 13601 Deering Bay Dr.
  • Deering Estate at Cutler -- 16701 SW 72 Ave., Palmetto Bay
  • Palmetto Bay Village Center -- 18001 Old Cutler Rd., Palmetto Bay
  • Black Point Marina -- 24775 SW 87 Ave., Homestead
  • Biscayne National Park -- 9700 SW 328 St., Homestead
  • Homestead Bayfront Park -- 9698 SW 328 St., Homestead

Register now at : http://www.miamidade.gov/environment/baynanza/volunteer_form.asp
Once you register, make sure to sign up for future Volunteer Cleanup opportunities in your area : http://www.volunteercleanup.org/volunteer

What to Bring

Volunteer T-shirts and trash bags will be provided. In addition to work gloves and closed-toe shoes (tennis shoes), volunteers are recommended to bring the following:

  • Water (in a reusable Water Bottle)
  • Sunscreen
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Hat or visor

History

The early 1980s marked the beginning of a monumental effort by Miami-Dade County to save Biscayne Bay. The Bay was suffering from pollution and the marine environment of the Bay was in steep decline. Baynanza was created as part of a larger effort to save the bay.

Baynanza is a celebration of Biscayne Bay and its significance as one of our most important ecological systems in South Florida. While Baynanza includes more than 35 great events throughout March and April, the event that has become nearly synonymous with this celebration is the Biscayne Bay Cleanup Day.

In April 2014, this community event drew more than 6,100 volunteers, who collectively removed more than 45 tons of garbage from our shores.

Register now at : http://www.miamidade.gov/environment/baynanza/volunteer_form.asp
Once you register, make sure to sign up for future Volunteer Cleanup opportunities in your area : http://www.volunteercleanup.org/volunteer


Baynanza 2015 - Shake-A-Leg Miami (boat site)

Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 08:00 AM

Join thousands of volunteers and help clean of one of our most precious natural resources: Biscayne Bay. Baynanza takes place from 9 a.m. to noon, with boat captain volunteers gathering by 8 a.m. Registration for all 24 Baynanza cleanup sites will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

Register now at : http://www.miamidade.gov/environment/baynanza/volunteer_form.asp
Once you register, make sure to sign up for future Volunteer Cleanup opportunities in your area : http://www.volunteercleanup.org/volunteer
 

Baynanza 2015 is on April 25

North

  • Oleta River State Park -- 3400 NE 163 St., North Miami Beach
  • FIU North Biscayne Bay Campus (boat site) -- Northeast 151st Street and Biscayne Boulevard, North Miami
  • Haulover Beach Park -- 10800 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour
  • Town of Surfside -- 9301 Collins Ave., Surfside
  • Pelican Harbor Marina (boat site) -- 1275 NE 79 St., Miami

Central

  • Morningside Park (boat site) -- 750 NE 55 Terr., Miami
  • Julia Tuttle Causeway -- Interstate 195, eastbound lanes
  • Maurice Gibb Park: Monument and Teachers Island (boat site) -- Purdy Avenue and 18th Street, Miami Beach
  • E.G. Sewell Park -- 1825 NW South River Dr., Miami

Keys: Virginia, Biscayne

  • Rickenbacker Causeway -- the causeway, just after toll plaza
  • Miami Marine Stadium -- 3501 Rickenbacker Cswy., Miami
  • Crandon Park -- 6767 Crandon Blvd., Key Biscayne
  • Historic Virginia Key Beach Park-South (VIP site) -- 4020 Virginia Beach Dr., Miami
  • Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park -- 1200 Crandon Blvd., Key Biscayne

South Central

  • Vizcaya Museum and Gardens -- 3251 South Miami Ave., Miami
  • Shake-A-Leg Miami (boat site) -- 2620 South Bayshore Dr., Miami

South

  • Matheson Hammock Park -- 9610 Old Cutler Rd., Coral Gables
  • R. Hardy Matheson Park -- 11100 Old Cutler Rd., Coral Gables
  • Chapman Field Park – 13601 Deering Bay Dr.
  • Deering Estate at Cutler -- 16701 SW 72 Ave., Palmetto Bay
  • Palmetto Bay Village Center -- 18001 Old Cutler Rd., Palmetto Bay
  • Black Point Marina -- 24775 SW 87 Ave., Homestead
  • Biscayne National Park -- 9700 SW 328 St., Homestead
  • Homestead Bayfront Park -- 9698 SW 328 St., Homestead

Register now at : http://www.miamidade.gov/environment/baynanza/volunteer_form.asp
Once you register, make sure to sign up for future Volunteer Cleanup opportunities in your area : http://www.volunteercleanup.org/volunteer

What to Bring

Volunteer T-shirts and trash bags will be provided. In addition to work gloves and closed-toe shoes (tennis shoes), volunteers are recommended to bring the following:

  • Water (in a reusable Water Bottle)
  • Sunscreen
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Hat or visor

History

The early 1980s marked the beginning of a monumental effort by Miami-Dade County to save Biscayne Bay. The Bay was suffering from pollution and the marine environment of the Bay was in steep decline. Baynanza was created as part of a larger effort to save the bay.

Baynanza is a celebration of Biscayne Bay and its significance as one of our most important ecological systems in South Florida. While Baynanza includes more than 35 great events throughout March and April, the event that has become nearly synonymous with this celebration is the Biscayne Bay Cleanup Day.

In April 2014, this community event drew more than 6,100 volunteers, who collectively removed more than 45 tons of garbage from our shores.

Register now at : http://www.miamidade.gov/environment/baynanza/volunteer_form.asp
Once you register, make sure to sign up for future Volunteer Cleanup opportunities in your area : http://www.volunteercleanup.org/volunteer


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