Ongoing- Lunch and Learn with the Florida Native Plant Society (membership to FNPS required to attend- click this link to join- fnps.org)
Fridays at 12 PM, online web based seminar. Once you join the FNPS, each week you will receive an email with the topic and information to listen to the presentation. Also, if you miss a presentation, you will have access to saved presentations on YouTube.
Contact Valerie Anderson for more information or if you are a member and not on the email list. Her contact information is: Valerie Anderson
firstname.lastname@example.org | 386.852.2539
Please check your email for the information to join this meeting.
If you are not a member and would like to join our meeting, please email NatureCoastfnps@gmail.com. Include your name and email address and let us know that you would like to join the meeting. No membership is required.
Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park
Tuesday, October 20th
8737 US 19
Port Richey, FL 34668
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Entry Fee: $3.00 per vehicle
Use main entrance off US 19 and meet in the parking lot.
Field Trip Leaders: Karen Strawn, Park Ranger
Bert Golub, NCNPS member and CSO Park Volunteer
This park protects 4 miles of crucial Gulf coast along a shoreline hemmed in by an urban landscape. We will walk the boardwalks to view the 351 foot deep Salt Spring and other springs, the bird viewing platforms and "eagles nest". Picnic tables are available if you bring your lunch. Enter in the man entrance and meet in the parking lot.
Bring plenty of water, sunscreen, hat, bug spray and a snack or lunch.
One of the focuses of Keep Pasco Beautiful is waste reduction, and we are thrilled to address this area with the Pasco Upcycle Arts & Drafts Festival. This will be the sixth year for the event. The 2020 festival will take place on November 14th from 10 am to 3 pm. The event will be located at Railroad Square in Downtown New Port Richey.
Many people hear waste reduction and think of the standard household recycling of aluminum cans at the curb, but options are much broader than that. Many things can be reused to reduce the amount of waste in our environment. There is a term for the ingenious process of reinventing something with a better quality, or for better environmental value: upcycle.
The purpose of the Pasco Upcycle Arts & Drafts Festival is to reduce waste by changing peoples’ perceptions of what can be salvages into not only something useful, but often times a work of art. This event will have numerous upcycle vendors with items such as pallet furniture and spoon bracelets, and their will also be environmental education vendors. There will be no admission fee.
This year all vendor spots will be 10' x 10', and there will be a $30 vendor fee per spot to help cover event expenses. For more information on this event please contact Kristen King at (727) 834-3611 ext 1072 or via email at email@example.com .