A Dredgeful Situation

Read more about the explosive NOAA report that supports our findings that millions of corals were killed in the PortMiami dredging project here.



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FEATURED PROGRAM: 1000 Eyes on the Water

Are you passionate about protecting Miami's waterways? Join us in our mission to safeguard these invaluable resources through our "1,000 Eyes on the Water" program. PROGRAM OVERVIEW Have you ever seen something on or near the water that didn't quite look right? Perhaps you wanted to report a potential pollution incident but weren't sure how to describe it, whom to contact, or if it warranted a report. We understand that identifying common pollution issues in South Florida and knowing how to respond can be challenging. That's where our "1,000 Eyes on the Water" program comes in. Our program empowers you to become a champion for your local waterways by providing you with the skills to observe, document, and report pollution incidents that you may come across during your daily activities. Join the 1,000+ community members who are trained and prepared to report pollution!   Report a Pollution Incident Take the Virtual Training Attend an in-person training What we'll train you to look out for We'll equip you to recognize and respond to a variety of environmental concerns, including: Marine Debris Oil Slicks Sewage Leaks Algal Blooms Sediment Plume Fish Kills Download a Printable Wallet Card Participating in the "1,000 Eyes on the Water" training isn't just informative; it's also a fun and rewarding experience. By taking part, you'll increase your ability to help protect South Florida's waterways from pollution. Together, we can ensure that our waters remain swimmable, drinkable, and fishable for all. Don't let pollution go unnoticed—join Miami Waterkeeper in safeguarding our precious aquatic ecosystems. You can take the training online by clicking here: Take the 1000 Eyes on the Water Virtual Training If you are interested in hosting a virtual or in-person training, contact us at [email protected]. PROGRAM SPONSORS 1,000 Eyes on the Water is made possible by the generous support of:

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UPCOMING EVENT: SPOOKY Clean Up- October 27 2023 Friday, October 27, 2023

Join Miami Waterkeeper, International SeaKeepers Society, and Veza Sur Brewing Co. for a Spooky Clean-up around Wynwood on Friday, October 27th from 6pm-8pm! Volunteers will get a free beer upon check-in and 20% of your tab after the clean-up! We'll have giveaways, a costume competition, and more!  All clean-up supplies are provided but if you have your own gloves/trash pickers, feel free to bring them. Otherwise, come thirsty, in your best halloween costume, and ready to make a positive impact on our community and environment!  If you are having trouble RSVPing, please reach out to Erin at [email protected] and she will be happy to assist you! 

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FEATURED CAMPAIGN: Protect Florida's Reefs

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