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Beach Cleanup 36: Deering Point

Location: Deering Point Date: October 28th, 2017 Time: 9:00am-12:00pm Number of volunteers: 70 volunteers Trash collected: about 250 pounds Highlights: As part of International Coastal Cleanup Day, our volunteers helped collect data to be used for research conducted by the Ocean Conservancy. Volunteers were given tote bags supplied by VolunteerCleanup and Ocean Conservancy as a thanks for their volunteering

It’s all in the numbers

Living in Miami, it is hard to ignore the violent effects of climate change and the costly damage that is incurred by increasingly powerful weather systems. 2017 is the first year in many during which major hurricanes are making landfall on the US (unfortunately we are not out of the woods yet!). Of course, hurricanes
Location: Key Biscayne Beach Club Date: October 8th, 2017 Time: 6:30-8:30am Number of volunteers: 40 volunteers Trash collected: about 125 pounds Highlights: This was another great early morning cleanup hosted by our team leader Francy. Over eight extra large bags of trash were collected with the help of 40 committed and passionate volunteers, who we are incredibly thankful for,
  Location: Deering Point at Deering Estate Date: August 19th, 2017 Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm Number of volunteers: 48 volunteers Trash collected: 60+ pounds Highlights: We Are Nature hosted the first of many cleanups at Deering Point. Many of the volunteers arrived with great enthusiasm and we were happy to see the Disney Store come out and volunteer with


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