Category: Event

1st Quarter’s Moore’s Creek Cleanup

Saturday, February 17th  Moore’s Creek 1st Quarter Cleanup It was an awesome day in Fort Pierce with over 65 people coming together at the 10th St Linear Park to help clean litter and deritus from the banks and the waterway of lower Moore’s Creek.  We had 3 youth groups, Marine Cleanup Initiative’s partner, Sword Outreach […]

Moore’s Creek Cleanup

DETAILS ON OUR FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE CALLING OUT TO ALL OUR VOLUNTEERS, CITIZENS, CHILDREN, GIRL SCOUTS, BOY SCOUTS, 4-H GROUPS, RIVER KIDS, AFTERSCHOOL CLUBS, WATER HEROES & THOSE THAT JUST WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE….. WE NEED YOUR HELP SATURDAY FEB 17TH 9-12 BRING YOUR MUCK BOOTS, WADERS, GLOVES & KAYAKS TO HELP US KEEP […]

Spoil Island Cleanup Event

Marine Cleanup Initiative Inc is excited to announce that on January 12, 2013, in conjunction with West Marine, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute. Smithsonian Institute, the City of Ft Pierce, Ft Pierce City Marina, Ft Pierce Authentic Tours, Lisa’s Kayaks, Dive Odyssea Kayak Rentals, Little Jim Bait Shop Kayak Rentals, Ft Pierce Motorized Kayaks, Ft Pierce […]

2013 CLEANUP SEASON INFORMATION

NEW DIVERS, CAPTAINS, HELPERS, DECK HANDS AND OTHER VOLUNTEERS If you are new to marine debris removal, a new diver or just joining our group, there are some things you will need and need to know.  How do we do it.  Where do we do it.  What do we need.  How do we not distroy […]

DOES FT PIERCE HOLD THE KEY TO THE REGROWTH OF FLORIDA’S CORAL FIELDS? 

On Friday, March 18th, Marine Cleanup Initiative, Inc’s Operation Director Captain Donald Voss loaded 16 divers and 5 bubble watchers onto a Midnight Sun bus sponsored by Open Water Products President Jack Hudson, headed to Tavernier, Florida to the Coral Restoration Foundation. In December, Captain Don attended a National Geographic Seminar regarding the Blue Ocean […]

Tavernier Key Eco-Tour Trip Booked

MCII is all set to take a 20 diver team of volunteers and several cameramen to the Coral Restoration Foundation to assist with the planting of 1300 coral babies they have been raising this year. Divers will learn techniques and procedures in classes each morning. The afternoons will be used to view the “farm,” to […]