Signs signs Everywhere there’s signs Fucking up the scenery Breaking my mind Do this, don’t do that Can’t you read the sign ~ song by Tesla Does a park really need more than a hundred parking signs? That’s the question asked by Linda Robertson in her Miami Herald article earlier this week. In an effort […]
Volunteers are now working to monitor the habitat restoration using citizen science. Each month, volunteers survey for birds, monitor growth of new vegetation on the dune, collect water quality data, and observe changes in the landscape. Event Description This event will begin at 10am and will end at noon. Please bring a water bottle (we […]
On this day in 1945, Virginia Key Beach was established as a “colored-only” beach in response to growing pressures against the “whites-only” policies at the rest of South Florida’s beaches. Local businessmen and government officials had privately conceded something had to be done about the race problem. The economy was – and is – heavily reliant upon […]
Saturday, July 9, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Virginia Key North Point, Arthur Lamb Jr Rd, Miami Join Frost Science’s Museum Volunteers for the Environment (MUVE) for a citizen science workday at its living classroom at Virginia Key North Point. As a citizen science volunteer, you will collect and log marine debris from the sea […]
Join Frost Science’s Museum Volunteers for the Environment (MUVE) and participate in a citizen science shoreline cleanup at Virginia Key North Point. As volunteers collect trash from the shoreline they will log each item into the Marine Debris Tracker smartphone app. This volunteer opportunity is free, but registration is required. To register, please click here.
Zillow is well known for providing real estate statistics and trends, and this month they have released their fourth annual “Top Twenty Best Cities to Trick or Treat”. It’s no trick… the treat is that Miami is number 14 on the list, up from 15 in 2011. Within Miami, Zillow goes further to rank the top five areas […]