2021 LW Lagoon Volunteer Days: Jewell-Steinhardt Cove

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As “adopters” of the Jewell-Steinhardt Cove living shoreline project we regularly maintain the project. This can entail a number of tasks, including cleaning, removing invasive plants, rebuilding the rip rap rock, or planting.
Living shorelines are critically important to the Lake Worth Lagoon because they provide habitat for wildlife, protect the shoreline, and even clean lagoon water by pulling out nutrient pollution.
Join us on our volunteer days to come out and help us keep these shorelines going, and come learn about the project and our environment.
Jewell-Steinhardt Cove is across the street from the Lake Worth Municipal Beach. Limited park is available on the side of the road in the grass, otherwise there is metered parking in the beach lot across the street.
Did you know that a healthy mangrove/seagrass habitat has twice the biomass of even the Amazon Rainforest? That means there are more species found, which translates to mangroves and seagrass habitats as being the best carbon sink on the planet, so they are amazing for fighting climate change!

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