Miami Waterkeeper

Miami Waterkeeper's mission is to defend, protect, and preserve South Florida's watershed through citizen engagement and community action rooted in sound science and research. We work to ensure swimmable, drinkable and fishable water for all. Through our efforts, we hope to maintain a clean and vibrant watershed, resilient South Florida, and coastal culture for generations to come. We have become a leading advocate for the Biscayne Bay and a powerful voice for clean water and sustainable development.

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Oleta River State Park

Associated Agency: 
Department of Environmental Protection/Florida State Parks

Oleta River State Park, Florida's largest urban park, is located on Biscayne Bay in the busy Miami metropolitan area. Although it offers a variety of recreational opportunities, the park is best known for miles of off-road bicycling trails, ranging from novice trails to challenging trails for experienced bicyclists. Along the Oleta River, at the north end of the park, a large stand of beautiful mangrove forest preserves native South Florida plants and wildlife. Canoeists and kayakers can paddle the river to explore this amazing natural area.

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A.D. Barnes Park Interpretive

Associated Agency: 
Miami Dade Parks, Recreation, and Open Spaces

A.D. Barnes Park is a 65-acre park nestled in the heart of one of Miami's busiest areas. The park is home to The Sense of Wonder Nature Center set within one of the few remaining Pine Rocklands in Miami-Dade County. As a result, the 8.5-acre Nature Center has become an oasis for migrating birds and, according to the National Audubon Society, is one of the best places to see birds in Miami. This park is listed as a site on the Great Florida Birding Trail.

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Sandra DeLucca Developmental Center - Disabilities Division

Associated Agency: 
City of Miami - Parks and Recreation

At Sandra DeLucca Developmental Center we provide persons with intellectual and physical challenges equal access to community-based recreational, leisure, and cultural activities and to enhance their quality of life and inspire confidence, build self-esteem and foster independence.

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Greynolds Park - Boathouse

Associated Agency: 
Miami-Dade Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces

Greynolds Park was officially dedicated in 1936 and saw great popularity almost immediately. As time went on, the park received multitudes of additions including a new Boathouse (1939), several unique picnic shelters (1939), and a 40-acre 9-hole golf course (1964). In 1983, Greynolds Park was declared a historic site. The park has several walking trails, a playground, picnic shelters and a campground. Greynolds Park and Miami EcoAdventures partner together to offer various nature based programs for the public, school/youth groups and scouts.

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Naples Preserve

Associated Agency: 
City of Naples

The Naples Preserve is a 9 ½ acre site within the City of Naples. To save it from development, it was purchased by the citizens of the City of Naples (2000) along with Florida Community Trust Forever Florida funds (2002). A 0.4 mile-long accessible boardwalk winds through oak-rosemary scrub and pine flatwoods. Our gopher tortoises and birds (especially migrating and winter residents) are favorites of our guests. The Hedges Family Eco-center provides information about the nature destinations in Collier County, nature talks, programs for schools, and is home to the Robert W.

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YMCA of the Treasure Coast

Associated Agency: 
YMCA

The Y is a cause-driven charitable organization committed to strengthening community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. We make sure that everyone, no matter their age, gender, race or ability, is welcomed as part of the YMCA family. Our summer camps encourage an outdoor experiences from fishing to archery.

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City of Clewiston Recreation Department

Associated Agency: 
City of Clewiston

The City of Clewiston Recreation Department hosts a "Beginning" Fish Camp and an "Advanced" Fish Camp over the summer months. The Fish Camp is open to youth from 9-15 years old. Fish Camp lasts 5 days and includes basic skills such as; equipment nomenclature, line selection, knots, casting instruction with push button and spinning reels, lure selection, ecology, fish biology, boat & water safety and stewardship of the environment. Instructors are local fishing guides, local marina owners, fishing club members and recreation staff.

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Miami Country Day School


Miami Country Day School is a college preparatory learning community committed to educating the whole child. Through the core values of honor, respect, wisdom and compassion, we prepare students to be lifelong learners. We inspire our children to develop their intellectual, physical, aesthetic, social, emotional and spiritual potentials by valuing every student every day.

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