Celebrating the native plants
of Pasco County, Florida

Whoo? Owls! Join us Tuesday, January 9th and learn about ways we can help owls survive in the wild. Presented by Clearwater Audubon Society's Wild Raptor Sanctuary volunteer staff. Photos of our special "Owl" guests are allowed.



What a beautiful time of year in Florida to garden and landscape.

The Natue Coast Chapter continues to offer events along with a monthly meeting to help you achieve beautiful native plant landscaping that will help to preserve Florida's native plant heritage.

Upcoming events for January:  click on our calendar for complete details.

Saturday, January 6 - Morning Nature Walk at Key Vista Nature Park in Holiday, FL. 

Tuesday, January 9 - Natue Coast Chapter Monthly Meeting 

Saturday, February 3 - Nature Coast Chapter Field Trip - Starkey Wilderness Park

February 8 - February 19, Florida State Fair

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Photos from the Fall Native Plant Sale October 21, 2017      Land O' Lakes Community Center



Above, President Jonnie Spitier (left) with volunteer Sharon Holding.




Save the Serenova Tract

Say NO to the Ridge Road Extension.  

The Serenova Preserve is adjacent to Starkey Wilderness Park, forming the largest preserve in Paso County.  The County wants to build a four lane road that would bisect the presere as an extension of Ridge Road to provide another evacuation route.  Roads would have to be elevated over wetlands with an estimated cost of $200 million.  

There are other alternatives which would likely cost less and not destroy our beautiful preserve.  

Questions?  Jan Howie janicehowie@aol.com

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