The South Florida National Parks Trust has established the Biscayne National Park Stewardship Fund to support programs and projects in the largest marine park in the National Park Service system. Biscayne National Park is an amazing place. Please help us protect and preserve the park by making a tax-deductible contribution to the Biscayne National Park Stewardship Fund.
Your tax-deductible contribution will support programs and projects in the five key areas:
Here are some examples of projects the SFNPT has funded in the park:
Reef Restoration. Grant Amount: $35,000. Outcome: The abandoned traps and marine debris that litter Biscayne’s reefs can crush sensitive corals. A total of 3.28 tons of derelict traps and other debris were removed from coral reefs in the park in July 2016 as a result of this project.
Sea Turtle Conservation. Grant Amount: $23,100. Outcome: 437 volunteers removed more than 13,000 pounds of debris this year from Biscayne National Park beaches in advance of turtle nesting season.
Biscayne Bay Restoration. Grant Amount: $26,200. Outcome: The park restored a spoil island in Biscayne Bay by removing exotic vegetation and recruiting volunteers to replant the island with more than 1,000 native plants and trees.
Biscayne’s Shipwreck Trail. Grant Amount: $19,000. Outcome: Biscayne National Park installed bronze markers at six shipwrecks in the park. The six wrecks make up the Maritime Heritage Trail, a popular diving and snorkeling trail established by the park with funding support from the SFNPT.
Thank You for Supporting Biscayne National Park by contributing to our Stewardship Fund!