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Tampa Bay Watch seeking 400 volunteers for salt marsh planting

Tampa Bay Watch volunteer Frank Gallant (far left) grabs the next 35-pound bag of oyster shells as Pat Schmieg steadies the boat from the railing while (from second from left) Larry Binder, Andy Lykens, Sydney Alhale, Grover Griffin and Serra Herndon work together to build an oyster bar at Maximo Park in St. Petersburg on Thursday, October 8, 2015. [LARA CERRI  |   Times]

Tampa Bay Watch volunteer Frank Gallant (far left) grabs the next 35-pound bag of oyster shells as Pat Schmieg steadies the boat from the railing while (from second from left) Larry Binder, Andy Lykens, Sydney Alhale, Grover Griffin and Serra Herndon work together to build an oyster bar at Maximo Park in St. Petersburg on Thursday, October 8, 2015. [LARA CERRI | Times]

Tampa Bay Watch is seeking 400 volunteers for a salt marsh planting Saturday morning.

The project will run from 9 a.m. to noon and take place at the Rock Ponds, just south of the Cockroach Bay Aquatic Preserve near Ruskin off U.S. 41.

Those interested can register at tampabaywatch.org or by emailing Tampa Bay Watch communications coordinator Rachel Arndt at rarndt@tampabaywatch.org.

Tampa Bay Watch seeking 400 volunteers for salt marsh planting 11/11/15 [Last modified: Wednesday, November 11, 2015 4:04pm]
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