What We Do
Our mission is to protect Southwest Florida's unique natural environment and quality of life...now and forever.
Science & Research
Conducting research to enhance our understanding of wildlife populations and the biological communities on which they depend.
Policy & Advocacy
Working to ensure our region's leaders have the proper tools to make informed decisions about the future of Southwest Florida.
From Pre-K through gray, the Environmental Education team teaches all ages about our environment and our impact.
Nature Center closed in September
Summer SLAM success
The Learning Adventures Bus (LAB) cruised around town this summer, geared with microscopes and plushie pythons, as part of the Conservancy’s new educational Summer Science Learning Adventure Modules program – The Conservancy Summer SLAM.
Funding the fight for clean water
RedSnook Catch & Release Charity Fishing Tournament
Prominent members of the community stand with the Conservancy of Southwest Florida on important environmental issues.
What do you stand for?
I Stand for Wildlife Rehabilitation
Pam Fultz stands up for wildlife rehabilitation efforts inside the von Arx Wildlife Hospital.
I Stand for Science & Research
Copley Smoak stands up for environmental science and research efforts.
I Stand for Advocacy
Charlette Roman stands up for environmental policy and advocacy.
I Stand for Education
Mike Martin stands up for environmental education.
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Most massive Burmese python caught in Florida
The Conservancy of Southwest Florida announced record-breaking developments in its invasive Burmese python research program with the documentation of the most massive python found to date in Florida. The female python measured nearly 18 feet in length and weighed in at 215 pounds.
Check out the latest updates from our educators, rehabilitators, biologists, and environmental policy experts!