Special LBC Member Events for January & February 2015

Two special events for Lemon Bay Conservancy members are scheduled in January and February.  These events are open to all new and renewing LBC members. Member Morning at Wildflower Preserve - 8 am to 11 am on Saturday, Jan. 17 LBC members are invited to come out and meet the volunteer gardeners, trail guides, and board […]

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Nov. 2014 – April 2015 Nature Outings Schedule

Lemon Bay Conservancy is pleased to announce a wide-ranging schedule of free public nature outings for the Fall 2014 – Winter 2015 season. The outings will be led by our outstanding volunteer guides, including Dr. Bill Dunson, Dave Clayton, Bob Cooper, Margaret Dunson, Jane Wallace, Dr. Bruce Dayton, and Dr. Fred Santana. This season’s outings […]

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Jim Cooper in the July Harbor Style

Preserving the Environment for future generations. Click here to download a copy of the article. Thank you to Harbor Style for permission to publish this article on the LBC website and for interviewing President Jim Cooper If you wish to view the entire July issue of Harbor Style the link is provided below: http://trendmag2.trendoffset.com/publication/?i=213320

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WGCU Public Broadcasting Features WIldflower Preserve

WGCU News reporter Topher Forchez and videographer Tim Kenney visited Wildflower Preserve in April 2014 to learn about the conservation and restoration initiatives underway as Lemon Bay Conservancy converts this former golf course into a nature preserve.  Their informative reporting has now been released and has been airing on both public radio and public TV. […]

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Sunrise Rotary “Make a Difference” Day

On Saturday morning, May 3rd, Jim Harrison led members of the Lemon Bay Sunrise Rotary in a “Make a Difference” work day at Lemon Bay Conservancy’s Wildflower Preserve. The Rotarians started the morning with a quick visit to see the juvenile tarpon research project underway at Lemon Creek.  Then, they set to work clearing invasive Brazilian Pepper […]

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