Saturday, October 3, 2015 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Join the UCF College of Sciences Alumni Chapter to assist with the UCF Biology Department's efforts to restore degraded shorelines and oyster reefs.

For this volunteer event on the main UCF campus, volunteers will prepare materials for future deployments to the Indian River Lagoon, as well as plant/transplant mangroves and marshgrass, and create oyster restoration mats. This service project is taking place as part of UCF’s 9th annual day of service, Knights Give Back, which UCF alumni, students, faculty, and staff work together to make a difference in Central Florida.

Don't forget to wear casual black & gold clothing and closed toed shoes that are okay to get dirty. All participants of this project will receive a UCF College of Sciences hat as well as coffee and donuts, refreshments and snacks. Lunch will provided following the project to all Knights Give Back participants at another site on campus, hosted by Volunteer UCF.

For UCF faculty, staff and students interested in volunteering, register online through Volunteer UCF at http://osi.ucf.edu/knightsgiveback/volunteer-sites/.

UCF alumni should register online at www.ucfknightsnetwork.com/sciencesKGB by Sept. 18.   For more information on this service project, please contact Shaloni Prine: Shaloni.Prine@ucf.edu or 407-823-3491.

Special thanks to CSX for its continued support of this service project during Knights Give Back.

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Biology Field Research Center

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