Help clean up our environmentally endangered lands

The Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources’ Environmentally Endangered Lands (EEL) Program needs your help to restore environmentally sensitive lands in Miami-Dade County.

The EEL Program manages over 27,000 acres of land all over the county, including critically imperiled pine rocklands. While this task is not easy, together, we will help protect and restore our rare native habitats by removing invasive plants, enhancing trails, restoring native vegetation, and conducting cleanup activities.

You’re invited to participate in one of EEL’s Volunteer Workdays, where you can help clean up, maintain and learn more about these lands. Sign up for the next event.

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