Are you looking for ways you can give back to your local environment? Check out these 3 easy, feel-good ways to clean up Blue Heron Bridge.
You can make a lasting impact on one of the most beloved parks and shore diving sites in the Palm Beaches.
By removing marine debris and trash from the shore, your impact makes a huge difference on the environment. It allows marine creature populations to flourish.
Not only that, but you can feel good about making a difference too. Continue to admire curious octopuses and laid-back seahorses in the shallows. While snorkeling or diving, swim amongst balls of bait fish that school by the hundreds. Protect and conserve the marine habitat that gives us the opportunity to observe the sea creatures we love.
Add these 3 easy, feel-good ways to clean up Blue Heron to your schedule.
1. JOIN THE INTERNATIONAL COASTAL CLEANUP
The first way you can clean up Blue Heron Bridge is by joining the International Coastal Cleanup. Use this opportunity to give back to the environment by removing trash from the beach. Take a moment to give back to yourself too.
8 AM – First, start your morning with an inspiring free yoga session led by fellow ocean-lover, Dara Lorena.
9 AM to 11 AM – Then, walk along the shoreline at Phil Foster State Park with us and Tidal Tees Apparel. Pick up debris you find and don’t forget to keep track of it with the Ocean Conservancy’s Clean Swell App.
High tide is 2:30 PM, so make a splash after the beach cleanup and join us for a Snorkel Tour or Guided Dive at the bridge.
At the end of the morning, feel good about the impact you made to clean up Blue Heron Bridge.
WHAT TO BRING
- Loose, comfortable clothing and closed-toe shoes.
- Hat, sunglasses, and reef-safe sunscreen.
- Reusable water bottle.
- Yoga mat or towel.
WIN RAFFLE PRIZES
Plan to clean up Blue Heron Bridge through the rest of the year. Check out what cleanups are on the calendar.
CLEAN UP BLUE HERON BRIDGE SCHEDULE
2. USE OUR BUCKET TO CLEAN UP BLUE HERON BRIDGE ANYTIME
If you can’t make it to one of the scheduled beach cleanups throughout the year, that’s okay. You can use Pura Vida Divers’ sponsored bucket from the Beach Bucket Foundation.
Easily grab our bucket from one of the locations at Phil Foster Park Beach. Take a look at the picture below to see what the bucket stations look like.
Then, walk the shoreline and fill the bucket with trash and marine debris. Feel good by making your own beach cleanup any time you visit the park!
3. EARN YOUR DIVE AGAINST DEBRIS CERTIFICATION
Start your journey to leave a positive impact on the ocean. By becoming a Dive Against Debris diver, you can make a difference each time you go to the beach or underwater.
One of the great things about this course is that you can earn your Dive Against Debris certification with just one dive! Learn how to weigh, sort, record, dispose of, and report marine debris to PADI AWARE.
Earning this specialty can count toward your Advanced Open Water certification. It would also bring you one step closer to becoming a Master Scuba Diver.
The Dive Against Debris specialty is a beneficial course that’s quick to complete and packed with great information that will leave you feeling good about your impact on the ocean.
There are so many ways you can give back to your local environment. Sometimes, it can be intimidating to know where to start. But the most important thing is to start somewhere. One of these options is the perfect way to do just that.
Use one of these 3 easy, feel-good ways to clean Blue Heron Bridge. Make a positive impact. Feel good about it as you help keep our local beaches and reefs clean. Call Pura Vida Divers at (561) 840-8750 to register, or book online.