1000 Eyes on the Water - A.D. Barnes Park

The Miami Waterkeeper's 1000 Eyes on the Water program is a volunteer-based, community-led, water patrol program designed to increase our ability to monitor the Bay and waterways of South Florida. We will train you to identify, document, and report issues so you can help us watch out for our waterways. Become a part of our water patrol team!

This is a special training in collaboration with Miami-Dade County Parks & Recreation, and will feature a naturalist-led nature walk as part of the program. Please wear comfortable walking shoes if you wish to join us for the walk.

DirectionsEnter in the main entrance of A.D. Barnes Park (3401 SW 72nd Ave) on 72nd Ave. At the stop sign make a left. Please follow the road all the way down (canal will be parallel on your right side)  towards a black gate with a nature center sign. Once you’ve enter the gate, stay on the right and follow the traffic circle. At this point you’ve reached your destination and you will see the Miami-Dade County office trailer.

The training is one of three required steps to becoming a member of Miami Waterkeeper's Water Patrol. 
In addition to attending one training seminar, you must also:

  1. Fill out the Water Patrol Application
  2. Fill out the Volunteer Liability Agreement


Can't make a training, but want to contribute to this program? Click here!


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HomeMiami Waterkeeper is a South Florida Environmental Group that advocates for Swimmable, Drinkable, Fishable water for all. Working on sea rise, water pollution, coral reef protection, and water issue education.