Press Release 10/23/2008
EarthRehab adopts Coral Cove Park, Jupiter Island Florida
Coral Cove and EarthRehab
EarthRehab is the recycled Green License Plate campaign that raises funds and awareness for Nature Research. EarthRehab is a conservation and preservation activist campaign. We’ve got a lot of work to do, and we need your help.
EarthRehab’s adoption is in conjunction with the Adopt a Park program in Florida.
If an organization or team of residents can commit to 4 Beach/Park cleanups a year, they can adopt a park in Florida.
I could not think of a better venue to adopt than Coral Cove Park, Jupiter Island.
Coral Cove Park is critical habitat to threatened and protected land and ocean species including beach mice, red wolves, manatees, sea turtles, and snook.
Coral Cove Park has a live Coral Reef Tract that extends from the Jupiter Inlet north to Blowing Rocks Preserve managed by Nature Conservancy.
-a side note and bonus-
Forbes noted Jupiter Island as the most expensive Zip Code in America, so
“Hey Tiger Woods, Celine Dion, Doubledays, Johnsons, Fords, Du Ponts and Nature Conservancy… were neighbors for the next 2 years.”
EarthRehab will not only host 8 beach cleanups, but will also host several snorkel and diving excursions on this world famous reef.
EarthRehab would like to map and monitor this Coral Reef Tract and then make a strong argument for a Marine Managed Area or Marine Protected Area in the very near future.
Contact William at EarthRehab for information and events planning.