Nature Coast Happenings!
Native Plant Sale - Saturday, March 24th, 10AM - 2PM.
We had a cold winter - drop by and pick up new Native Plants and brighten your landscaping.
Saturday, March 17th, - Field Trip to Werner Boyce State Park
Members and Friends of the Nature Coast Chaper. 8737 US Hwy 19 North, Port Richey - 10AM. Entry fee is $3. This is an important trip as the Nature Coast Chapter will be participating in a selection of plants and signage for the nature trail. We will also be searching for two endangered species. Please join us. Should you have questions, contact Gail 813-928-1412.
108th Founders Day Parade & Heritage Festival
Creating habitat for native plants. Here we are, the Nature Coast Chapter at the 108th Founders Day Parade & Heritage Festival.
Florida State Fair Winner!!
Pictured here,President Jonnie Spitler holding the First Place ribbon for best horticulture exhibit at the Florida State Fair.
Save the Serenova Rally - Friday, March 23 2-4pm
There will be a rally for Save the Serenova on Friday, March 23rd, 2-4pm at Little Rd. and State Rd. 54. You can park at Walmart or at Panera. Bring a Sign with you. Doesn't have to be fancy. Try to spare a couple of hours to help save our Preserve.
The Serenova Tract was originally set Aside as mitigation for wetlands destroyed by the Suncoast Parkway. For the last 19 years, the County Board of Commissions decided they wanted the Ridge Road Extension as an evacuation route for hurricanes. The Save the Serenova group and the Sierra Club are actively rallying, collecting signatures on petitions, speaking at County Commission Meetings and preparing for legal action if it becomes necessary. Our March - April edition details the history and efforts to prevent the extension. Please take the time to read and contact your County Commission. The following article recently appeared in the Laker Lutz News, http://lakerlutznews.com//lln/?p=54815
Beautiful butterfly photos shared by John Lampkin