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TOCA Events donates to Sea Turtle Conservation Program

In line with its strong sense of environmental consciousness, TOCA Events, a firm providing a full range of destination management services, will be making a generous contribution to the Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade County in support of their Sea Turtle Conservation Program.

TOCA Events provides the highest level of expertise for events hosted at environmentally sensitive locations. The TOCA Events logistics team works in close collaboration with City, County and State officials to ensure the safety of Florida’s endangered wildlife, and prides itself in an eco-forward methodology that protects South Florida’s natural treasures.

 

Ridley Sea Turtles in Miami-Dade Country, Fla.

Ridley Sea Turtles in Miami-Dade Country, Fla.

On Nov. 6, the production company, based in Miami and Rio de Janeiro, will be making a $10,000.00 donation to the Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade. TOCA Events invites other South Florida destination management and events companies to join in contributing to Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade and collectively giving back to sustain our rich and unique ecosystem.

The Miami Dade Sea Turtle Conservation Program was started in 1980 when Miami-Dade
County Parks employee Jim Hoover began to watch over 10 sea turtle nests, assuring their safety so that hatchlings had a better chance of survival. Averaging 100 to 120 eggs per nest, the normal survival rate to maturity is a mere 1 percent.

In 2003, due to his dedication and hard work, Hoover’s initiative led to the unprecedented survival of over 600 nests. Today, despite overwhelming activity on Miami-Dade’s beaches, there are 375 viable beachfront nests lying in safety for the current nesting period.

Known for its high concept event productions that originate from an intimate connection with clients, the TOCA production team is able to nurture concepts into reality. TOCA Events is applying the same ability to humane projects, such as the Sea Turtle Conservation Program.

 

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