Any Qs? Want to Get Involved?

Everglades Dark Sky Month (and Week) is an ad-hoc collaboration effort among a growing number of partners and volunteer residents with a desire to educate the Greater Everglades region on the impacts of light pollution and find ways to address them: for the well being of people and wildlife. Our focus is the South Florida region known as the Greater Everglades, which includes urbanized areas of Miami-Dade, Monroe, Broward, Palm Beach and Collier counties.  We encourage you to contact any of our partners who are engaged in various different ways, AND/ OR...  

✍️ Fill out this form if interested in keeping informed of engagement opportunities during Everglades Dark Sky Month (April 2024).  This website is maintained by volunteers and we appreciate your patience. 

If you have Qs or suggestions for volunteer residents leading this initiative, or are just eager to get involved in efforts to protect the nighttime environment in the Greater Everglades, you may reach members of the Everglades Dark Sky coordination team, which includes: