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Miami Science Museum's permanent mangrove exhibit
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Miami Science Museum's permanent mangrove exhibit

Miami Science Museum houses The Reclamation Project's largest red mangrove propagule exhibit. Comprised of 1,100 propagules this exhibit is maintained by Reclamation Project and Museum staff. Each fall the exhibit is taken down and replaced with new propagules collected by volunteers. In addition, volunteers plant the one year old propagules at Reclamation Project restoration sites.

12/1/2011
When: December 1, 2011
Where: Miami Science Museum
3280 South Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida  33129
United States
Contact: Reclamation Project coordinator

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Miami Science Museum houses The Reclamation Project's largest red mangrove propagule exhibit. Comprised of 1,100 propagules this exhibit is maintained by Reclamation Project and Museum staff. Each fall the exhibit is taken down and replaced with new propagules collected by volunteers. In addition, volunteers plant the one year old propagules at Reclamation Project restoration sites. 
 
 
 

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Xavier Cortada's participatory art practice is based at Florida International University.

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The Reclamation Project and Native Flags are participatory eco-art projects by FIU College of Architecture + The Arts Artist-in-Residence Xavier Cortada.  

In South Florida, they are presented in coordination with our project partners:



 
FIU Office of University Sustainabiity
MDC Earth Ethics Institute



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