The Evolution of Darwin Beach

Invasive Species Removal

Join MORAES and help us in removing exotic vegetation from Darwin Beach. This slice of land wedged between The University of Miami's Rosenstiel School & Miami Seaquarium is littered with invasive plants and marine debris that volunteers will help document and remove. The goal of these actives are to supplement this coastal habitat with native plantings, evolving it into a thriving native habitat.


Location: Darwin Beach
Parking: Parking and entrance available at The University of Miami's Rosenstiel School (RSMAS).

4600 Rickenbacker Causeway Miami, FL 33149-1031  (This is not an official event affiliated with RSMAS directly)
Date:  
   October 22nd, 2021
Time:    5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

            
Please Bring:
CDC Approved Face Covering
Reusable Water Bottle
Sturdy Closed Toed Shoes & Long Sleeves
Sun/ Weather Protection
Work or Gardening Gloves

To best follow social distancing guidelines space is limited to 10 participants per shift. Shifts start and end promptly at their scheduled times to allow for sanitation between shifts. Participants will be required to complete a health assessment and submit a safety waiver upon arrival.