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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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MUVE Continues its Volunteer Summer Planting

On Saturday, August 23, volunteers planted over 1,600 seaoats and 250 wetland stabilizing plants at MUVE‘s habitat restoration site on Virginia Key North Point. #getmuving [View the story "Native Dune Habitat Restoration, August 23, 2014" on Storify]  

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FedEx and the Museum: Helping to Restore Subtropical Forests in South Florida

The following is a blog written by Fernando Bretos, Museum Curator of Ecology and Field Conservation, that was featured on the FedEx National Community Involvement blog. With its warm sunshine, cool ocean breezes and tropical setting, South Florida is truly … Continue reading

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The Reclamation Project – You Can Join!

All you need to change the world is time, effort, and caring. In other words, you need volunteers. On Saturday, April 7th, The Reclamation Project, Miami Science Museum’s eco-art based restoration project, completed the first phase of restoration of the … Continue reading

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