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Volunteering to Help Preserve Coastal Resources Highlights
Volunteers plant native grasses along the eroding shoreline of a spoil island in Indian River Lagoon.

Interested in volunteering?


Help protect Florida's coasts, rivers and springs and have fun


There are lots of ways to help. Volunteers are an important part of the Florida Coastal Office's effort to protect Florida's coastal resources. Whether it's helping monitor water quality in Charlotte Harbor, planting mangroves in Rookery Bay, or participating in a beach cleanup near St. Augustine, there are plenty of opportunities to get your hands dirty. Volunteers can also help with some of the administrative tasks or educational programs in some places.


For a sample of various volunteer projects through the Florida Coastal Office and affiliated groups, visit the links on the side.

Volunteer Projects


Last updated: July 09, 2014

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