Location: Crandon Park Date: February 10th, 2018 Time: 9:00am-12:00pm Number of volunteers: 33 volunteers Trash collected: about 200 pounds Highlights: As part of Crandon Park’s Eco-Action Adventures day, We Are Nature recruited volunteers to participate in this amazing day of service. Volunteers spent the day clearing up one of Key Biscayne’s most beautiful parks, finding interesting things such as
Location: Deering Point Date: January 27th, 2018 Time: 9:00am-12:00pm Number of volunteers: 145 volunteers Trash collected: about 275pounds Highlights: This cleanup was a great end to January, with an amazing volunteer turnout, composed of people of all ages and backgrounds. We are so thankful for the amazing participation we have seen from our local community this month, seeing
Location: Kendall Indian Hammocks Park Date: January 13th, 2018 Time: 8:00am-12:00pm Number of volunteers: 64 volunteers Trash collected: about 500 pounds Highlights: What a great clean up to help us kick off the New Year! Volunteers helped clear up much of the debris left in the park preserves from Hurricane Irma, and we appreciate their active efforts in helping
Location: Key Biscayne Beach Club Date: January 7th, 2018 Time: 6:30am-8:30am Number of volunteers: 16 volunteers Trash collected: about 450 pounds Highlights: This was a great clean up to kick off the New Year, and we are astonished by the amazing efforts that our volunteers put into keeping our shorelines clean year after year. Much thanks to our team
Location: Deering Point Date: December 23rd, 2017 Time: 9:00am-12:00pm Number of volunteers: 49 volunteers Trash collected: about 300 pounds Highlights: We’re so happy that so many dedicated volunteers came out during the holiday season to help make an impact in the community! Volunteers found many interesting items, and it was a great way to start off winter
WAN’s friend Molly Connell @TradeMachines was nice enough to share great insight and wisdom with regards to human consumption of water. It highlights the consequences of what might seem like small, marginal decisions made on a daily basis by countless people across the globe. We must find a way to leave a smaller footprint on
It is with great excitement that WAN announces our new Brand Ambassador relationship with Planet Love Life (https://www.planetlovelife.com/pages/the-story), a lifestyle brand that promotes “sustainable living and helps preserve the natural environment.” The company manufacturers and sells various products, such as Jewelry and Charity Charms, which are made from recycled fishing gear collected during beach cleanups nationwide.
It is in our lives every day and exponentially continues to integrate itself into all that we do. With the onset of rapid technological innovation, increasing spending power from highly populated, developing countries, and acute interconnectedness of the global economy, it is hard to imagine that it could be any less pervasive. So what can