The Wildflower Preserve habitat restoration project was featured on the front page of the Englewood Sun-Herald on May 26, 2016.
Lemon Bay Conservancy officers Vice President Irene Slattery and Acting President Jim Cooper awarding the Elsie Bracken Scholarship Award to Lemon Bay High School senior, Shannen Smith at the LBHS Awards Night held Monday evening, May 8th. Shannen was recognized for her outstanding work in conservation research at the 2015 S.T.E.M. camp held at Wildflower […]
Join the Green Team of Wildflower volunteers for fun activities and a picnic at our first Earth Day Fundraiser, Friday, April 22, 2016 at Wildflower Preserve, 3120 Gasparilla Pines Blvd, Englewood. We will begin the day with planting activities at 10:30 a.m. If you’d like to help out, bring your gardening gloves and join us […]
As we progress into early Spring (late March in SW FL) we find new flowers and birds as well as some avian species that are not yet migrating north. Two of my favorite flowers are now in bloom, the large flowered Sabatia (a beautiful pink) and the spiderwort (a piercing blue color). Now […]
Lemon Bay Conservancy has received a $420,000 NOAA Coastal Ecosystem Resiliency Grant to support our joint habitat restoration project with the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) at Wildflower Preserve on the Cape Haze peninsula in Charlotte County. We invite the public to a habitat restoration project design review on February 1, 2016 beginning at 5:00 pm.