Crandon Park Beach Cleanup presented by Mack Hollins x Miami EcoAdventures x Frost Science MUVE
Join us this Saturday, June 25th, from 9AM-12PM for a special citizen science beach cleanup at Miami-Dade Parks' Crandon Park with current Las Vegas Raider and former Miami Dolphins captain Mack Hollins & Phillip & Patricia Frost Museum of Science's MUVE Program! Registration Required at https://bit.ly/3y4HspF
Mack, an avid diver, fell in love with the ocean while playing for the Miami Dolphins. As his passion for the ocean grew, Mack partnered up with Frost Science in 2020 to begin efforts to help further educate on the importance of ocean conservancy.
“With World Ocean Day being in June, I thought it would be a great time to keep the momentum going and keep everyone's attention on the importance of ocean conservancy,” said Mack Hollins. “Miami has meant so much to me over the last three years, and even though I’m thrilled to be playing in Las Vegas, Florida beaches have an important place in my heart. I hope this can be the first of many efforts to keep our oceans and our beaches safe, clean and prospering for many years to come!”.
Hollins is partnering with Frost Science and Miami EcoAdventures to host the event. Frost Science’s Museum Volunteers for the Environment program uses citizen science, museum exhibits, outreach initiatives, and eco-art to engage with local residents and enhance our coastal environments. To encourage participation in this impactful event, Hollins has gathered awesome raffle prizes for all those who help clean up! Raffle includes signed merchandise from Mack Hollins, signed gear from Miami Dolphins Players, and giveaways from Mananalu.
The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach has also generously donated breakfast for all participants. This public facing event requires pre-registration. Participants will help remove debris from thebeach and coastlines. All equipment needed will be provided. There are 75 slots open and registration is first come, first serve. Registration closes Thursday, June 23.