Come to the LBC Open House!

January 28, 2016

Open House, Wildflower Preserve

Looking for a free, fun and educational way to get in touch with nature?  Lemon Bay Conservancy cordially invites you to enjoy Wildflower Preserve at our annual  “Open House” on Saturday, February 13th from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. There will be guided tours with LBC’s knowledgeable volunteer guides leaving every hour.

Volunteer Guide Bob Cooper (right) with a tour group

Interesting and informative displays will be offered by Coastal Wildlife Club, The Florida Native Plant Society, Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center, Pease River Audubon, Men’s Garden Club of Englewood and the Sierra Club.

Lemon Bay Conservancy board members will be on hand to discuss the upcoming $1.17 million Wildflower Preserve Habitat Restoration project.

Refreshments will be available for purchase from Miss Sharon’s Dawg House, and to add a bit of fun for children of all ages, Sunny Days Ice Cream Truck will be at Wildflower Preserve starting at 11:00 a.m.

Special golf cart tours, with carts provided by Thoroughbred Golf Carts of Englewood, will be offered several times during the day for visitors who may have difficulty walking the trails.  Limited seats available.  For reservations call 941.830.8922

For more details and a complete agenda for the day please print the following flyer:


Come and get your ‘Nature’ on!

Lemon Bay Conservancy

About Lemon Bay Conservancy

Founded in 1971, Lemon Bay Conservancy is a not-for-profit land trust based in Englewood, Florida. Our long-range vision is: "To forever protect and preserve the natural features of Lemon Bay, Charlotte Harbor, their surrounding waters and uplands, and vital fish and wildlife habitat, through property preservation, environmental education and advocacy for sustainable land and water conservation policies and practices." To support that long-range vision, we focus our mission in three areas: Saving Land; Environmental education; and Advocacy for sustainable environmental policies.

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