Volunteers teams needed for shoreline clean-ups at Biscayne National Park

Volunteers teams needed for shoreline clean-ups at Biscayne National Park

Volunteer teams help clean up the shoreline at Biscayne National Park.

Biscayne National Park is recruiting volunteer teams for shoreline clean-ups of marine debris. Removing the debris helps to restore park beaches and sea turtle populations, and keep the park beautiful.

Clean-up events are conducted on weekdays February through March. Volunteers must be 16 or older and be willing to get wet and dirty. Teams must have a minimum of four people and maximum of 10. To reserve a clean-up date contact the park at bisc_beach_cleanup@nps.gov.

The clean-ups are wonderful opportunities for team-building and learning about the park and its resources. The park depends upon volunteers to remove the debris. Financial support is provided by the South Florida National Parks Trust and the National Park Service.

Park personnel and the Coastal Cleanup Corporation provide logistical and field support.

For more information about Biscayne National Park visit nps.gov/bisc or follow the park on Facebook, Twitter or Instagramat “biscaynenps.”


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1 Comment on "Volunteers teams needed for shoreline clean-ups at Biscayne National Park"

  1. Jordan Perez | March 15, 2018 at 4:53 pm | Reply

    Hi, My name is Jordan and i have always been interested in cleaning up trash at our national parks. I often go out on my own on a kayak rental and try to pick up as much as i can. Unfortunately i have no one to do it with since all my friends think its boring. I would love to join one of your volunteer teams to help clean up our coast lines.

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