Linda Manley introduced the Good Citizens Guide to Natural Florida to the Environmental Conservancy of North Port and Surrounding Areas via a webinar with an emphasis on Southwest Florida habitats. Watch this 45-minute presentation on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJw2zg4Sz4c
Dave & Linda Manley attended the ribbon cutting for the Native Plant Garden at the North Port Art Center. Mangrove Chapter was recognized as a native plant advisor at the ceremony.
A second ribbon cutting was held to celebrate the native plant murals on the building created by Laura Pucci assisted by North Port students.
Join our FB group to connect virtually with our chapter, post photos, ask questions, learn about native plants from other members and groups, and find the local spaces where you can enjoy them.
The Mangrove Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society, in conjunction with Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center and Charlotte County, conducts monthly plant surveys at Cedar Point Environmental Park in Englewood, FL. These surveys record both blooming and seeding plant species along designated trails. These data provide land managers and educational professionals background for climate related projects and other important issues. Plus it is a fun and educational morning learning new plant species and meeting new people with similar interests!
The Chapter welcomes new people (membership in Chapter is nice but not necessary) to help with these surveys. We meet (usually) two mornings per month, from (usually) 9:00 AM to approximately 11:00 AM at Cedar Point Environmental Park, 2300 Placida Road, Englewood, FL. See below for upcoming dates. We look forward to meeting you! Contact us if interested!
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