Help us reach 1,000 Eyes on the Water!
Do you ever see something on the water that doesn't look quite right? A manatee in distress? Dirty water flowing out of an outfall? Dumping? Debris? Fish Kills? It can be hard to know what's safe and what's a problem for our waterways, and it can be hard to know who to call to report an issue. Our goal is to make this easy for you. Our 1000 eyes on the water is a volunteer-based, citizen-led program water patrol program designed to increase Miami Waterkeeper's ability to monitor the Bay and waterways of South Florida and to understand how to identify, document, and report issues. Watching out for our waterways is all of our jobs. Our goal is to have 500 community members join our team, and to have 1000 eyes watching out for our water.
Check out or campaign page to donate HERE to support this program in 2019.
Become A Water Patrol Member and attend one of these upcoming training events:
See the below schedule for training seminars:
February 7, 2019: 6PM - 7:30PM, Waterkeeper Office, Miami
March 21, 2019: 6PM - 7:30PM, Waterkeeper Office, Miami
April 23, 2019: 6:30PM-7:30PM, Aquatic Center, Miami Springs
May 2, 2019: 7:30PM-9PM, Fern Forest, Coconut Creek
May 23, 2019: 12:00PM-1:00PM, MOCA, North Miami
July 10, 2019: 7PM - 8PM, Coconut Grove Sailing Club, Miami
September 25, 2019: 6PM - 7:30PM, Vizcaya, Miami
To RSVP, click on your preferred date to be taken to an RSVP page.
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This program is made possible by the generous support of:
Are you interested in sponsoring this program or hosting a training? Email email@example.com for more information.
Find the water patrol forms here.