The South Florida Community Partners, in partnership with the National Park Services, host March for Parks each year in Miami-Dade County, Florida. The objective of the South Florida Community Partners, a group of residents, entrepreneurs, students and volunters, and the National Park Service staff is to enhance cultural diversity in South Florida’s National Parks by offering programs, resources, and opportunities to everyone.
This year, the event was at Everglades National Park, the 3rd largest National Park in the lower 48 states. More than 600 people attended, including a group from Haiti.
Florida has four National Parks – Everglades National Park, Biscayne National Park, Big Cypress National Preserve and Dry Tortugas in Key West.
Next year, March for Parks will be at Big Cypress National Preserve. If you love the outdoors and Nature, join the South Florida Community Partners. It’s free!
I am sharing with you pictures of this year’s event, but if you want to see more pictures of the South Florida Community Partners, visit: www.oglhaiti.com. Under pictures click on SFCP.
Operation Green Leaves
to the opening of our
3404 North Miami Avenue
(Wynwood – across from Circuit City)
Saturday April 11th, 2009
Noon to 6:00 PM
Protect our Home Planet, Reclaim, Recycle, Reuse
Haitian Street Kids Revisited 2009 the Documentary is a production of Mark Crutch, an independent film maker. Check out www.inartmedia.com for more information.
Operation Green Leaves’ Eco(re)Store opens on April 11th in the Miami Midtown Art Gallery. Check out: www.oglhaiti.com for details.
Remember, every Saturday at 10 AM EST, it’s Eco-Alert with Nadine Patrice on www.blogtalkradio.com. Click the ON AIR tab and scroll down. Or, go directly to the show page: www.blogtalkradio.com/oglhaiti.