Wildflower Preserve Open House – Fun Despite The Weather!

January 26, 2015

General, News, Wildflower Preserve

On Friday, the weather forecast for our open house on Saturday, January 24, 2015 included an 80% rain chance. Then, many of us were awakened overnight by driving rain and thunder. Thankfully, all the rain moved thru during the night and we had a fun day for our annual Open House event at Wildflower Preserve.

The forecast and early morning conditions kept some potential attendees away, but we had a steady stream of visitors who exnjoyed the Mote Marine Touch Tank and Mobile Exhibit, listened to presentations by local environmental organizations, explored the information booths, and toured various parts of the preserve with our outstanding volunteer naturalist guides.

Thank you to Mote Marine, the Greater Charlotte Harbor Sierra Club, Peace River Audubon, the Coastal Wildlife Club, the Men’s Garden Club of Englewood, the Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center/Cedar Point, the Mangrove Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society, and the Charlotte Harbor National Estuary Program for joining us for this fun and educational day!

And, thank you to all our great Lemon Bay Conservancy volunteers, who helped organize and publicize the day!

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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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