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SOS Ocean Conservation Day & Shoreline Clean Up

Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 10:00 AM · 3 rsvps
SeaWatch on the Ocean in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, FL
Attention All Ocean Lovers - Come join us!  
Stoked On Salt & SeaWatch created an Ocean Conservation Day with a Shoreline Clean Up on Sunday, July 16, 2017 in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea. 
This day will focus on CORALS - MANATEES - LIONFISH - BEACH/OCEAN DEBRIS - SHARKS - SEA TURTLES - MANTA RAYS - LOBSTERING - FISHING REGULATIONS, etc....
Date:         Sunday, July 16, 2017
Time:        10am - 3pm  
Ocean Conservation Area:  10am - 3pm  
Shoreline Clean Up & Ocean Cool Down :   9:30am - 11:30am     
Snorkel and/or Shore Dive on the reef right behind SeaWatch  - it is full of colorful living corals and tropical fish species. Please bring Dive Flag.
Parking:     Free Parking. Park in the SeaWatch parking lot or across the street at the Assumption Catholic Church parking lot. 
Event:        Free family event and open to the public. We encourage you to promote the event to all ocean lovers !
Details:     Over 20 Ocean/Marine Conservation Tables will be set up to display/educate/sell behind the SeaWatch Restaurant on their grassy lawn - just steps from the ocean!  
Stoked On Salt (SOS) and SeaWatch will be providing each person with a free Canvas Tote to fill with outreach and educational materials/brochures/pens/stickers as you visit table-to-table. Each conservation group will have items to sell at their tables, as well. 
Food & Drink:     Lunch and Drinks will be served at SeaWatch from 10:30am to 3:30pm.  A 20% Off coupon will be handed out to volunteers who participate in the shoreline cleanup 
We look forward to seeing you there!
Kindly RSVP on our Facebook invite: SOS Ocean Clean Up

PAW's Sunset Beach Clean Up - Dania Beach

Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 06:30 PM · 10 rsvps
Dania Beach Pier in Dania Beach, FL

Join Protect Animals Worldwide (PAW) for our Dania Beach clean up at sunset! 

PAW will provide trash bags and gloves, so please bring whatever else you think you may need, such as a water bottle or sunscreen. 

Our beaches are the home to many types of wildlife, and we believe in “protecting what we love.”   Help us keep our beaches clean, safe and beautiful!  Children always welcome :)

Please meet at the Dania Beach Pier at 6:30pm.  We will finish when the sun sets at 8pm. 

Thank you and hope to see all of you fellow animal & nature lovers there!

Conserve. Protect. Respect.


PAW's Sunset Beach Clean Up - South Beach

Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 06:30 PM · 2 rsvps
South Pointe Pier in Miami Beach, FL

Join Protect Animals Worldwide (PAW) for our South Beach clean up at sunset!

 

PAW will provide trash bags and gloves, and please bring whatever else you think you may need, such as a water bottle or sunscreen. 

 

Our beaches are the home to many types of wildlife, and we believe in “protecting what we love.”   Help us keep our beaches clean, safe and beautiful!  Children always welcome :)

 

Please meet at the South Pointe Pier at 6:30pm.  We will walk north on the beach and finish when the sun sets at 8pm. 

 

Thank you and hope all of you fellow animal & nature lovers there!

 

Conserve. Protect. Respect.


Fort Lauderdale Beach Sweep

Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 07:00 AM · 5 rsvps
The Hub in Fort Lauderdale, FL

Join us as we clean Fort Lauderdale Beach! 

Fort Lauderdale Beach Sweep is held the second Saturday of every month, from 7am - 11am. Find us at The Hub, 300 S Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., at the intersection of E Las Olas Blvd. and A1A North. 

Limited volunteer parking is available just northeast of the Las Olas Intracoastal Bridge at 240 Las Olas Circle, Ft. Lauderdale, until 11am. 

Volunteers are needed! Students receive community service credit! Come for one hour or all four! 

No pre-registration necessary. Volunteers can register upon arrival or at fortlauderdale.gov/volunteer


Monthly Beach Cleanup

Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 09:00 AM

Come on out and join us for our Monthly Beach Cleanup from 9 am - 11 am.  Please wear closed toe shoes and a hat and bring along sunscreen, insect repellant,  and a water bottle.  We will provide trash bags, plastic gloves  and trash grabbers and iced tap water to refill your water bottles.

If you're bringing a group of children please have one chaperone present for every 10 individuals. Individuals under 16 years of age require adult supervision.  Please , no drop offs.   Areas to be cleaned vary from month to month, based on the needs of the park.

Please be here promptly at 9 am so we can start everyone out at the same time and complete the activity before it gets too hot in the late morning.

This is a great way to earn volunteer hours for school, so please tell your classmates about this opportunity.  All Volunteers will receive a letter certifying their volunteer hours.

Cleanups are always held on the second Saturday of each month so we have upcoming events scheduled for February 11, March 11, April 8, May 13, and June 10.  So if you cant make this event check beck next month.

Thanks and we hope to see you here.  We believe that teaching stewardships for our parks is the best hope for the future of our parks.


Citizen Science Beach Cleanup at Virginia Key North Point

Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 10:00 AM · 1 rsvp

Join Frost Science as we work on several citizen science activities at the Virginia Key North Point restoration site including:

  • Marine Debris Cleanup: Volunteers collect trash from the beach and log each item using Marine Debris Tracker, a free smartphone and tablet app.
  • Biodiversity Monitoring: Volunteers observe newly planted trees throughout our restoration site as well as observing native wildlife. Observations may be logged with iNaturalist – another smartphone app.
  • Invasive Plant Documentation and Removal: Invasive plants will be removed from the site to make way for native vegetation.

Please bring a refillable water bottle! We meet at the picnic tables at the entrance to the Virginia Key Mountain Bike Trails. 


Monthly Beach Cleanup

Saturday, September 09, 2017 at 09:00 AM

Come on out and join us for our Monthly Beach Cleanup from 9 am - 11 am.  Please wear closed toe shoes and a hat and bring along sunscreen, insect repellant,  and a water bottle.  We will provide trash bags, plastic gloves  and trash grabbers and iced tap water to refill your water bottles.

If you're bringing a group of children please have one chaperone present for every 10 individuals. Individuals under 16 years of age require adult supervision.  Please , no drop offs.   Areas to be cleaned vary from month to month, based on the needs of the park.

Please be here promptly at 9 am so we can start everyone out at the same time and complete the activity before it gets too hot in the late morning.

This is a great way to earn volunteer hours for school, so please tell your classmates about this opportunity.  All Volunteers will receive a letter certifying their volunteer hours.

Cleanups are always held on the second Saturday of each month so we have upcoming events scheduled for February 11, March 11, April 8, May 13, and June 10.  So if you cant make this event check beck next month.

Thanks and we hope to see you here.  We believe that teaching stewardships for our parks is the best hope for the future of our parks.


Citizen Science Beach Cleanup at Virginia Key North Point

Saturday, September 09, 2017 at 10:00 AM

Join Frost Science as we work on several citizen science activities at the Virginia Key North Point restoration site including:

  • Marine Debris Cleanup: Volunteers collect trash from the beach and log each item using Marine Debris Tracker, a free smartphone and tablet app.
  • Biodiversity Monitoring: Volunteers observe newly planted trees throughout our restoration site as well as observing native wildlife. Observations may be logged with iNaturalist – another smartphone app.
  • Invasive Plant Documentation and Removal: Invasive plants will be removed from the site to make way for native vegetation.

Please bring a refillable water bottle! We meet at the picnic tables at the entrance to the Virginia Key Mountain Bike Trails. 


Monthly Beach Cleanup

Saturday, October 14, 2017 at 09:00 AM

Come on out and join us for our Monthly Beach Cleanup from 9 am - 11 am.  Please wear closed toe shoes and a hat and bring along sunscreen, insect repellant,  and a water bottle.  We will provide trash bags, plastic gloves  and trash grabbers and iced tap water to refill your water bottles.

If you're bringing a group of children please have one chaperone present for every 10 individuals. Individuals under 16 years of age require adult supervision.  Please , no drop offs.   Areas to be cleaned vary from month to month, based on the needs of the park.

Please be here promptly at 9 am so we can start everyone out at the same time and complete the activity before it gets too hot in the late morning.

This is a great way to earn volunteer hours for school, so please tell your classmates about this opportunity.  All Volunteers will receive a letter certifying their volunteer hours.

Cleanups are always held on the second Saturday of each month so we have upcoming events scheduled for February 11, March 11, April 8, May 13, and June 10.  So if you cant make this event check beck next month.

Thanks and we hope to see you here.  We believe that teaching stewardships for our parks is the best hope for the future of our parks.


Citizen Science Beach Cleanup at Virginia Key North Point

Saturday, October 14, 2017 at 10:00 AM · 1 rsvp

Join Frost Science as we work on several citizen science activities at the Virginia Key North Point restoration site including:

  • Marine Debris Cleanup: Volunteers collect trash from the beach and log each item using Marine Debris Tracker, a free smartphone and tablet app.
  • Biodiversity Monitoring: Volunteers observe newly planted trees throughout our restoration site as well as observing native wildlife. Observations may be logged with iNaturalist – another smartphone app.
  • Invasive Plant Documentation and Removal: Invasive plants will be removed from the site to make way for native vegetation.

Please bring a refillable water bottle! We meet at the picnic tables at the entrance to the Virginia Key Mountain Bike Trails. 


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