Mission Statement: 

The Miami Seaquarium pursues conservation of the natural world through education, rehabilitation, and sustainability. We promote environmentally friendly initiatives that will create a better tomorrow for our animals, guests, and community. 

Vision Statement:

We as ambassadors for the natural world strive to champion in sustainable greener practices for our animals, community, and the global environment. 



All guests participating in our Green Team’s beach clean-up are more than welcome to park,  at Crandon park and parking passes will be handed our to volunteers. Please park on the far right hand side of the lot, as there is a walkable beach entrance from that side.
Volunteer Sign-Up Form:
All participating guests are required by Miami Dade County to fill out a sign-up sheet, found online at
in order to volunteer at this event. This must be filled out ahead of time, as it is used to check in volunteers and make sure enough materials are prepared. When clicking on the link please select the volunteer opportunities tab. Once selected you will then select Crandon park coastal clean up (fourth saturday). Then subsequently select the create account button if this is your first time registering and follow the prompts. Once Signed in you will hit add to cart. Remember it is FREE. Then follow the prompts upon check out to sign up.
Day of Admission:
In order to redeem free admission to Miami Seaquarium after the clean up, guests must fill out a survey. Guests can do this on-site the day of the clean up. However, there are only 100 complimentary passes that will be given out on a first come, first serve basis to guests who have filled out BOTH the Volunteer Sign-Up Sheet, and well as the Admission Survey. Complimentary admission is only redeemable for day-of admission.

Partnered with the Mandarin Orientals Hotel

To learn more contact the Miami Seaquarium at:

Education Department

Taylor Worley


305.361.5705 Ext: 207

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