Crandon Park Earth Day Kayak, Snorkel, and Clean with Miami EcoAdventures and FYCCN

Join Miami EcoAdventures, Miami Dade County Parks, and Florida Youth Conservation Centers Network, Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission, for a Earth Day cleanup of Bear Cut Preserve on kayaks and in the water snorkeling.  We will provide kayak and snorkel gear to volunteers.  Participants should meet at the Crandon Park Visitor and Nature Center (Crandon Park North Beach entrance).  Please bring swimwear, comfortable clothes that can get dirty, close-toed shoes, protection from the sun (sunglasses, sunscreen, hats), and a refillable water bottle.  Bringing some snacks is also suggested.  Please see the important information below:

This cleanup is open to volunteers ages 15 and up.

Only people that RSVP ahead of time will be permitted to participate in this cleanup. No walk-ups will be permitted to participate the day of the event.

Participants should have previous kayaking and snorkeling experience.

This cleanup is subject to cancellation if there are dangerous weather conditions the day of the event.  We will do our best to notify participants ahead of time if we think the conditions on the water will be unsafe. 

Sunday, April 22, 2018
09:00 AM - 01:30 PM
Crandon Park Visitor and Nature Center (Crandon Park North Beach Entrance)
6767 Crandon Blvd
Key Biscayne, FL 33149-3201
United States
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Heather Tedlow

Liz Matthews Jaclyn Fishalow Marissa Krimsky Aileen Sanchez Venus Garcia Allen Vera Sydney Gould Jessica Henson Lissette Vilchez Alex Behar Blanca Reyes Shirley Alvarez Ethan Hedditch
Sorry, this event is at maximum capacity.