Native Flags: 6th Annual reforestation in EVERY public school in Miami-Dade Couny
Featuring Cortada’s participatory eco-art
DATE: Earth Day: April 22nd, 2015
LOCATION: All 336 public schools in Miami-Dade
The Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science (Museum Volunteers for the Environment), Deering Estates and the FIU College of Architecture + The Artswill once again join their other community partners in implementing
Native Flags, Xavier Cortada’s participatory eco-art project, in Miami-Dade County Public Schools.
See the video here
For six-years, every single public school in Miami-Dade has received a green flag and native tree sapling for students to plant in their schools to commemorate Earth Day.
Cortada created this project to engage people globally to help slow the polar thaw: Participants plant a native tree next to a green flag at home and ask their neighbors to do the same.
On April 22nd, 2015, special ceremonies will take place in two schools where Xavier Cortada will lead students in planting a tree and flag at their school. Students will also be provided with saplings and flags for them to plant at home
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Fulford Elemantary School
16140 NE 18 Avenue
North Miami Beach, Florida 33162
See MIAMI HERALD article: Click here
@ 2:00 pm
Miami Springs Middle School
150 South Royal Poinciana Blvd.
Miami Springs, Florida 33166