Environment

BROWARD COUNTY, FL - November 15th marks the beginning of manatee season which runs through March 31st. As air and water temperature drop, manatees begin moving south toward warm-water refuges while seasonal and manatee protection speed limit zones go into effect throughout the State. Broward County’s Environmental Planning and Community Resilience Division implements the county’s manatee conservation program and cautions boaters to be on the lookout for greater numbers of manatee presence throughout the County’s waterways (including the intracoastal, canals, and natural waterways) during the cooler months.

BROWARD COUNTY, FL – A record breaking success for the Ocean Conservancy’s 34th Annual International Coastal Cleanup of Broward County, thanks to Broward’s Environmental Planning and Community Resilience Division. More than 6,710 pounds of trash were collected in September, which included 23,000 small plastic pieces. Angel Rovira and Pat Quinn were Zone Co-Captains and coordinated 3,692 volunteers who fanned out along 11 coastal sites within the coastal municipalities and state parks from Pompano Beach to Hallandale Beach.

MIAMI  — On Saturday, November 2, 2019, the Miami-Dade Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department, together with The Mission Continues 1st Platoon Miami, United Way of Miami-Dade, and community partners, pitched in for the inaugural “Salute to Service Volunteer Day” at Miami-Dade Parks’ Seminole Wayside Park. The event is a preserve revitalization project for the park and an inaugural signature celebration for National Veterans & Military Families Month and kick-off the November Veterans Day festivities.

MIAMI-DADE – The Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners on Oct. 29 passed legislation aimed at ending the rampant abuse of agricultural lands being turned into trucking depots.

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