Tag Archives: Virginia Key

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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Volunteers Plant 4,000 Native Plants on Virginia Key

On Saturday, June 27th, students from the Miami-Dade College Earth Ethics Institute and campers from Kreative Motion Summer Camp joined MUVE and other local volunteers to plant native dune plants on Virginia Key’s North Point. By the end of the … Continue reading

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Passion for Preservation – by Rey Muñoz

Hello, my name is Rey Muñoz, I am a full time student at Miami Dade College Kendall campus, majoring in environmental science. If you are reading this blog, chances are you and I have something in common. Hopefully, it is … Continue reading

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Mangroves, Mud, and Head Start for Nature

MuVE (Museum Volunteers for the Environment), the Miami Science Museum’s volunteer restoration project, is restoring our city’s native coastal habitats. The Project is engaging Miami residents to create an environmentally active community and a deep appreciation for our unique coastal … Continue reading

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