Tag Archives: Virginia Key Beach

The History of Virginia Key

In the soft pre-dawn light of a South Florida sunrise, a loggerhead turtle ambles up a beach lined with sea oats. After searching for the perfect spot, she uses her large fins to dig a hole in the sand, then … Continue reading

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Volunteer Summer Planting with MUVE

On August 8th, volunteers from Citizens for a Better South Florida, Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida and students from local schools joined MUVE to plant nearly 1,500 sea oats at #VirginiaKey North Point. [View the story “Native Dune Restoration 08-08-14″ … Continue reading

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MUVE and Wells Fargo #GreenTeam ‘Team Up’ at Virginia Key

On Saturday, July 12, Wells Fargo attended a Museum Volunteers for the Environment (MUVE) habitat restoration event and presented the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science with a $74,542 grant award through its Environmental Solutions for Communities grant program. … Continue reading

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What a difference 1 day, 100 volunteers, and 11,000 sea oats make!

On Friday, May 30, three hundred travel and tourism professionals representing Tourism Cares, a service organization that mobilizes members of the travel industry to destinations in need, gathered in Miami to volunteer their time and energy to restoring three ecologically … Continue reading

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