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This summer, the Southeast Florida Coral Reef Initiative (SEFCRI) is organizing its 3rd Annual Southeast Florida Reef Cleanup in partnership with local dive charters.

There are many opportunities to get involved, and joining the fun is easy! Contact one of the participating dive charters to register:

Broward County Reef Cleanup: June 29, 2013

For more information, please refer to the Broward Reef Cleanup Flyer Lady Go Diver, Deerfield Beach, FL:, (954) 420-0009 American Dream Dive Charters, Ft. Lauderdale, FL: (954) 577-0338 South Florida Diving Headquarters & Southern Scuba School, Pompano Beach, FL: (954) 783-2299 To Register: Call (561) 706-5988 or email [email protected]

Miami-Dade County Reef Cleanup: July 20, 2013

For more information, please refer to the Miami-Dade Reef Cleanup Flyermartin RJ Diving Ventures, Miami Beach, FL:, [email protected] (305) 861-6277 Adventure Scuba Diving, North Miami, FL:, [email protected] (305) 949-1194

Martin County Reef Cleanup: July 27, 2013

For more information, please refer to the Peck's Lake Reef Dive Cleanup Flyer SEFCRI will be sponsoring the Martin County Pecks Lake Reef Dive Cleanup, which is part of the 6th Annual Treasure Coast Waterway Cleanup. Location: Stuart, FL

Palm Beach County Reef Cleanup: August 3, 2013

For more information, please refer to the Palm Beach Reef Cleanup Flyer Jupiter Dive Center, Jupiter, FL:, [email protected] (561) 745-7807 Narcosis Dive Charters, Riveria Beach, FL:, [email protected] (561) 630-0606 Splashdown Divers, Boynton Beach, FL:, [email protected] (561) 736-0712 Pura Vida Divers, Lake Park, FL: [email protected] (561) 840-8750 Sunstar Aquatic Services, [email protected] (561) 368-9952

For more information: See the attached event flyers, or contact Karen Bohnsack at (305) 795-1204 or [email protected].

Looking for more ways to get involved?

Participate in the 3rd Annual Martin County Lionfish Roundup: July 13, 2013 benefitting the Martin County Artificial Reef Program. Cash prizes will be awarded for the smallest, largest, and most lionfish caught! Refer to the attached Lionfish Roundup Flyer or visit for more information.