Plant Species like the Brazilian Pepper and the Australian Pine are invasive and aggressive plants to Florida's coastal ecosystem. Historic Virginia Key Beach Park has an abundance of these plants that need to be removed!
Volunteers will be using loppers to clip the plants and proceed to put them in piles for the city of Miami to pick up.
Volunteers should bring hats, gardening gloves, close toed shoes, long sleeve shirts and long pants.
Water will be provided and we do sign or provide volunteer hour certificates. Participants must be 14 and up.
Come out and help protect Virginia Key's natural ecosystems!
This opportunity started on Aug. 17, 2019, 9 a.m. and ended on Aug. 17, 2019, 11:30 a.m. EDT and happens once. All events occur at an action's local time based on the latest information provided to us. The time listed here has been automatically converted to your device's timezone if yours is different.
4020 Virginia Beach Drive, Miami, Florida, 33149, USA
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