Citizen Science Workday

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Taking place on the second Saturday of every month, Citizen Science Workdays by the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science encourage citizens of the community to take part in several science activities at the Virginia Key North Point restoration site including: Marine Debris Cleanup: Volunteers collect trash from the beach and log each item using Marine Debris Tracker, a free smartphone and tablet app.

Biodiversity Monitoring: Volunteers observe newly planted trees throughout our restoration site as well as observing native wildlife. Observations may be logged with iNaturalist - another smartphone app. Citizen Science Workdays are excellent opportunities to make an immediate impact on the environment by investing time in one of several restoration projects. Volunteers must only commit to a single workday at a time but can choose to do so regularly.

Admission is complimentary and RSVP is required at http://www.frostscience.org/citizenscienceregistration. Photo ID is required. Sunblock and water bottles are encouraged.

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