Help Preserve Coastal Resources

Image of Volunteers planting mangroves in Rookery Bay.
Volunteers planting mangroves in Rookery Bay.

Find a volunteer project nearest you and ask how you can help protect Florida's coastal resources.

Volunteers are an important part of CAMA'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's lots of opportunities to get your hands dirty. For a sample of various volunteer projects through CAMA and affiliated groups, visit the links below. If you're interested in helping, consult the map of aquatic preserve sites and contact the nearest office and ask how you can help.

Resources for volunteer opportunities:

Charlotte Harbor
Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
Guana - Tolomato - Matanzas
Mosquito Lagoon
North Fork St. Lucie River
Rookery Bay
The Spoil Island Project (Indian River Lagoon)
St. Joseph Bay

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