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"Give A Day For The Bay" Volunteer Workdays

How You Can Help Save Tampa Bay - Give a Day for the Bay

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"Give A Day For The Bay" is a volunteer program sponsored by the Tampa Bay Estuary Program to directly involve citizens in restoring Tampa Bay.

Half-day workdays are held on Saturdays several times a year, at various parks and preserves throughout the Tampa Bay watershed. Removal of invasive plants is a primary focus of the workdays, along with native plant installation, to help restore important coastal and upland habitats throughout the bay watershed. Watch short videos of some of our previous workdays at https://www.youtube.com/TheTBEP

How You Can Help Save Tampa Bay - Give a Day for the Bay

Volunteers of all ages work hard and are rewarded with lunch and the knowledge that they have played a part in helping to preserve the diversity and integrity of the bay's natural ecosystems.

How You Can Help Save Tampa Bay - Give a Day for the Bay

TBEP relies on its local government and non-profit partners to identify parks in need of work, and to assist with logistical support.

Upcoming Workdays:

December 9, 2017
Boyd Hill Nature Park in Pinellas County
We'll remove invasive plants and help park staff prepare for a prescribed burn.

January 20, 2018
Brooker Creek Preserve in North Pinellas
We'll be partnering with Keep Pinellas Beautiful in Pinellas County to remove invasive plants.

March 17, 2018
Moccasin Lake Nature Park in Clearwater
Project to be determined.

April 21, 2018
Cockroach Bay Aquatic Preserve in Hillsborough County
Project to be determined.

September 15, 2018
Robinson Preserve Connector in Manatee County.
Native plant installation.

September 22, 2018
GT Bray Park and other locations in Manatee County.
Citizen-science initiative.

September 29, 2018
Mariposa Key in Manatee County.
Island clean-up.

» Click here to be added to the Give A Day For The Bay team and receive information about these workdays

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