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September 25th, 2021 5:45 PM

Sunset Boat Cruise – Decolonizing Miami

Join us for a tour exploring Biscayne Bay and the Miami River. This trip is also a great opportunity for photography so be sure to bring a camera.

During the tour you’ll learn about the indigenous and colonial histories of Miami, the ecology of Biscayne Bay, the impacts of colonization and development on the region’s people and ecosystems – and more!

WHERE: Crandon Park Marina

Be sure to purchase your tickets on Eventbrite beforehand (there is a $10 discount for students). Hope to see you there!

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October 9th, 2021 5:30 PM

Sunset Boat Cruise – Decolonizing Miami

Join us for a tour exploring Biscayne Bay and the Miami River. This trip is also a great opportunity for photography so be sure to bring a camera.

During the tour you’ll learn about the indigenous and colonial histories of Miami, the ecology of Biscayne Bay, the impacts of colonization and development on the region’s people and ecosystems – and more!

WHERE: Crandon Park Marina

Be sure to purchase your tickets on Eventbrite beforehand (there is a $10 discount for students). Hope to see you there!

Register to come

October 15th, 2021 7:00 PM

Glades Moonlight Ride

Come glide through the glades for an evening bike ride around Shark Valley Loop. Miami naturalist, Rebecca Wood, will guide our ride as we learn about different ecosystems within the Everglades – and how water connects them all.

We’ll meet at sunset and make our way around the 15.8 – mile loop with several stops to climb the observation tower, respectfully check out wildlife, and chat. This is a byob – bring your own bike – event, and we’ll park outside the park entrance. More specific directions will be emailed upon registration.

During this experiential learning meetup, Rebecca will explain how water moves through the different ecosystems that makes up the River of Grass. As the night falls around us, we’ll experience the River of Grass become the River of Stars.

Rebecca is creator of the amazing board game Swamped! in the Glades, designed for 4th graders through adults. Buy your copy today

To Bring: Your bike, a headlamp or other bike light, a backpack with water and other snacks or goodies.

This tour is brought to you by the Love the Everglades Movement and Sereia Films.

– Photo Credit – Franky Cruz 

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October 19th, 2021 5:30 – 7:00 PM

Trashy Tuesday at Watson Island Marina

Join us for Trashy Tuesday! This area of the causeway tends to accumulate A LOT of trash – so we need your help to keep it out of Biscayne Bay. Join us on October 19th at 5:30 pm for an hour and a half long shoreline cleanup that will end right when the sun is setting over the Bay.

We’ll provide: water, coral friendly sunscreen, gloves, and bug spray

You provide: you and a friend, a reusable water bottle or cup for water, sturdy shoes (ideally close-toed)

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October 28th, 2021 6:30 – 9:00 PM

Seafood Shorts at the Anderson 

Join Sereia Films & Slow Food Miami for an evening of seafood shorts, at the Santuario – the Anderson’s newest outdoor garden space.

We’ll be screening the latest episodes of Sereia Films’ web series, Eating Out: The Hunt for Sustainable Seafood. From chefs who use the whole fish, to innovative land-based fish farms, we’ll hear about how we can eat smarter seafood to protect our oceans.

The event will be held in the Santuario Vino – a garden sanctuary featuring roman-style pizza, organic wines, and artisanal beers.

Come at 6:30 and grab a glass of natural wine and some pizza, and mingle.

Shorts will start after sunset at 7:30.

Q&A following the films at 8:30 with Chef Allen Susser and Sarah Curry, co-chairs of Slow Fish Miami.

Stay on for some great music inside with Keith Jones, starting at 9:30.

First 30 to RSVP will receive a free glass of wine.

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