Arbor Day, Tree Planting in Little Havana.... April 25

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Arbor Day, Tree Planting in Little Havana.... April 25
« on: April 04, 2008, 05:15:13 PM »
Mayor Manny Diaz and Commissioner Sanchez invite you to create a Green Miami. In celebration of Arbor Day 2008, the City of Miami, in partnership with Hands on Miami and  Citizens for a Better South Florida, will be planting 125 trees in East Little Havana on April 25, 2007. The celebration will begin at 7:30am in Henderson Park, located at 971 NW 2nd St, Miami 33130. The planting will end at 11:00 am with a free lunch and music. Parking is available near the park. Please come prepared to do physical labor in the sun.

Feed the Green!

Re: Arbor Day, Tree Planting in Little Havana.... April 25
« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2008, 03:03:46 AM »
Check this out too. Its not exactly the the planting theme but its another great event for the Miami-Dade community

    
Baynanza 2008 Events are Just Around the Corner

Baynanza 2008 ya esta a la vuelta de la esquina
Exciting community events and activities promoting environmental awareness take place from March 16th through April 27th.  Plan ahead with the Baynanza Events Calendar. You can also request a free copy of our 2008 Calendar of Events.

The largest Baynanza event, Biscayne Bay Cleanup Day, is scheduled for Saturday, April 19, 2008 and is expected to be a great success as in years past.

   

Hurry! Many of the 29 beautiful sites for the Biscayne Bay Cleanup Day are filling up fast.  Join thousands of volunteers like you at this fun-filled free event on April 19, from 9 am ? noon, at one of the 29 cleanup sites.     All registered volunteers will receive a free commemorative T-shirt.


If you have a boat:

Choose between five of the most popular places where you can bring your boat to the "Biscayne Bay Cleanup Day" and participate by transporting volunteers to the nearby Biscayne bay islands.To bring your boat register here.

http://www.miamidade.gov/derm/baynanza.asp