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South Florida Green Team Adopts and Plants Tree Seedlings to Restore Coastlines in Biscayne Bay

Guest blogger Krista Van Tassel, Business Initiatives Manager for Wells Fargo & Company, discusses the local Wells Fargo Green Team’s environmental efforts with the Museum’s MUVE (Museum Volunteers for the Environment) project: Wells Fargo Green Teams focus on both community … Continue reading

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Reclamation Project on Care2!

Art. Science. Mangroves. These three words are not usually put in the same sentence. But they are the core ideas behind the Museum’s Reclamation Project, which has a singular goal to help reclaim south Florida environments for nature. As part of the … Continue reading

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Reclaiming Highland Oaks Park for Nature

There is a constant battle in many places between the environment and human activity, and south Florida is one of those places. But on Saturday May 12th, the Museum’s Reclamation Project took steps to help the environment win the battle. With the help … Continue reading

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Miami Science Museum Reclaims Land for Nature

Last week, Museum staff and Upward Bound students helped restore the Reclamation Project wall at the Wildlife Center for another year. Each of the 1,111 seedlings that spent a year germinating on the wall were removed and replaced with new … Continue reading

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