There will be a Cache In, Trash Out (C.I.T.O.) EVENT
on Saturday, April 23, 2011, 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
at Juno Dunes Natural Area.
Participation is limited to 30 Volunteers.
We have reached the maximum number of participants the county wants for this event. No new "Will Attends" please!
When you post your intentions to attend, please include the number of participants for our planning purposes.
Help us celebrate International Cache In Trash Out Day.
(LOW TIDE will be cooperating with us on the 23rd.)
We need you to pitch in and help plant Red Mangroves on the Intracoastal Waterway side of this Natural Area. Join us at the US 1 parking lot area at 8:00 a.m. for a brief meeting to get everyone signed in.
There are no other pre-registration requirements.
WE ARE NOT PLANNING A LUNCH TOGETHER, SINCE THERE IS NO PAVILION HERE, BUT WATER AND REFRESHMENTS WILL BE PROVIDED BY ERM.
WORK GLOVES AND "DIBBLERS" WILL ALSO BE PROVIDED. LONG PANTS AND CLOSED-TOE SHOES ARE REQUIRED, (BOOTS IF YOU HAVE THEM) SINCE WE WILL BE WORKING IN A MANGROVE HABITAT.
ALSO, THERE ARE THORNY AND SPINY PLANTS IN THE AREA.
The Palm Beach County Department of Environmental Resources Management
has been very receptive to Geocaching, and as a result, this Natural Area has a number of caches in it. Please come out and help show our appreciation for this NA, and the other thousands of acres of Palm Beach County Natural Area land made available for Geocaching due to PBC ERM policy!
If we get enough volunteers this could be a fairly short work day, leaving plenty of time for post CITO caching. In any case, we will be finished no later than 11 AM.