Monthly Archives: January 2017

Everglades Species Inventory

Below is an inventory of the species we encountered while in Everglades and Biscayne Bay National Park. Plants and Algae Poisonwood Brazilian pepper tree Shrub morning glory Cattail Coastal plain willow Sawgrass Spatterdock Pickerel weed Pond Apple Coconut palm Christmas … Continue reading

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Knowledge is Responsibility

We began our service work early today at Biscayne Bay National Park, where 96% of the protected area is under water. ¬†We worked with our learning partners, Arend and Kelsy, to remove trash and debris from sea turtle nesting habitat. … Continue reading

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Team Swamped! Day 1

After a long journey from campus last Sunday,team swamped has settled easily into the cozy hostel of the everglades, a wonderdul place reminiscent of a lush jungle with a waterfall to complete the scenery. Today marked day 1 of our … Continue reading

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Intensive Caring Update

I received an update from Mary Wilford-Hunt:  We’ve settled nicely into the beautiful town. We had a couple minor transportation glitches, but nothing we couldn’t work though. Christiana is great and has an activity packed week planned for us. I’ll … Continue reading

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