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19 Jun: Rare Orchids are coming back to Miami Beach.

Miami Beach City Commissioner Joy Malakoff delicately tied a rare Florida cowhorn orchid to a tree at City Hall Friday morning. She wrapped the burlap twine around the calophyllum branch three times, and secured the knot with construction-grade glue. “I…

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11 Jan: Goulds Pineland Preserve is now completely protected

Thanks to a contribution from TD Bank Forests Program and The Nature Conservancy of Florida Photo courtesy of Armando Paul Rodriguez/Miami-Dade County.  Among those picture are Commissioner Dennis C. Moss; Janet Gil, EEL Program Director; Rodell Collins, Natural Areas Management…

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22 May: Connect with Nature | Art Project Winners!

The Connect with Nature Art Contest has come to an end, and we have our winners! Utilizing the teaching model, “See, Build, Move, Sketch” developed by the Nature Explore team, the Citizen Scientist Project offered participants the chance to explore…

20 Aug: Port Dredging Damaging Sea Life

The following information was taken from an August 19th, 2014 story in the Miami Herald and relates to the effects of ongoing dredging in Government Cut. The Army Corps of Engineers is managing the project to increase the size of…

20 Mar: Seagrass Damaged Off Key Biscayne

The following information was taken from a news article that appeared in the March 3, 2014 Miami Herald. The article describes damage done to sea grass beds located off Key Biscayne. The area is called Mashta Flats and falls under…