March for Parks 2011

by Operation Green Leaves Inc.
March for Parks 2011
March for Parks 2011
March for Parks 2011
March for Parks 2011
March for Parks 2011
March for Parks 2011


Our Annual March for Parks is designed to provide residents from the under-served communities in S.Fl. the opportunity to experience our South National.Parks & reconnect with Nature. A family event.

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The primary objective of our annual event is to engage diverse & historically underrepresented populations in National park visitation, the workforce, as subjects of interpretation, park planning, & park protection & in decision making roles. Our mission is to increase community awareness and participation in the South Florida National Parks among underrepresented & culturally diverse populations.


MFP 2011 will bring 100's of citizens from the under-served communities in S. Fl. to Florida's magnificent Biscayne National Parks. Educational activities will be provided, will learn about historical & environmental facts & reconnect with nature.

Long-Term Impact

This is our 11th Annual MFP, we know that the long term end result is a deep reconnection with nature. These families want to visit parks again & leave with an understanding of the need to protect our natural resources. this year 500 will participate



Organization Information

Operation Green Leaves Inc.

Location: Coral Gables, Florida - USA
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @oglhaiti
Operation Green Leaves Inc.
Nadine Patrice
Project Leader:
Nadine Patrice
Executive Director/Co-Founder
Coral Gables, Florida United States

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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