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Field trip season begins for Conservancy Education team

The education team is staying busy as they launch new and exciting school programs for students within the community. Two different programs were recently started – Watery Wonders and new…

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ACTION ALERT: Urge officials to vote no on HB 359

As we prepare for the 2023 session of the Florida Legislature, we are dismayed to report that a number of bills have been filed that attack the foundation of Florida’s…

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Conservancy attends 2023 Everglades Coalition Conference

The Everglades Coalition hosted its 38th annual conference last month in Coral Springs. The annual conference is a forum for discussing Everglades restoration progress, challenges, and opportunities. The Conservancy along…

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GWYL Collier a major success!

The ninth annual Give Where You Live – Collier 24 hour fundraiser was a major success. Thank you to everyone who participated. In all, $3,293,330 was raised for the 37…

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Owlets rescued after fall from nest

The von Arx Wildlife Hospital is part of and located at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida. We are open 365 days a years from 8 am to 8 pm and…

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Ban rodenticides to help with the prevention of indirect poisoning of wildlife

In an effort to prevent fatal injuries to wildlife that have ingested rodenticide and cannot be treated, the Conservancy of Southwest Florida stands with dozens of agencies and partners to…

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  • Conservancy of Southwest Florida was founded in 1964 as a small grassroots advocacy group.  Today the Conservancy employs more than 60 full-time staff and is supported by more than 600 volunteers and 25 interns each year.
  • We are an environmental preservation organization headquartered in Naples, Florida.
  • Focus on issues related to our water, land, and wildlife in Southwest Florida’s 5-county area (Collier, Lee, Charlotte, Hendry, and Glades).
  • Employ a team of environmental experts in the areas of policy & advocacy, science & research, wildlife protection & rehabilitation, and education.
  • The Conservancy is a 501 © (3) nonprofit


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