Participants in the program will learn about wildlife, plant species and conservation while visiting various parks and preserves throughout Coral Springs.
The program is open to all ages. Space is limited to 10 people per group. Three groups will be available per date. Registration is required.
Learn about the importance of conservation areas such as Tall Cypress, while possibly encountering nocturnal creatures.
At Red Lichen Sanctuary, participants will enjoy 13.9 acres of green space and learn about planting native species.
Visitors to Sandy Ridge Sanctuary will experience natural Florida as it once looked. The sanctuary includes several different ecosystems including uplands and wetlands and is home to a wide variety plant and animal species including the state protected gopher tortoise.
Come explore you local nature center, Sawgrass Nature Center and Wildlife Hospital. Participants will get an up-close experience with a variety of native and nonnative animals, including our local pollinator species and learn why they are important and how we can protect them.
Come visit the Rotary Community Garden and Food Forest of Coral Springs. Participants will learn about food forests and their benefits, visit the memorial garden, and learn how you can grow your own veggies, herbs and flowers in a sustainable way.
Each date has a different location.
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