Pathways to Native Plants at the Palm Preserve




April 24, 2021

PATHWAYS TO NATIVE PLANTS AT THE PALM PRESERVE

 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Mary Ola Reynolds Miller Palm Preserve on Beach Drive between Harrison Avenue and 4th Street. The public is invited to a guided tour of this hidden gem in downtown Panama City. Sponsored jointly by the Bay County Conservancy which owns and manages the preserve and the Sweetbay Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society. Convenient parking will be available in the Jellyfish lot with its entrance on 4th Street. Kindly observe social distancing and wear masks. Members of the local chapter will highlight specific native plants and inspire you to create your own small scale natural preserve! Visit http://www.baycountyconservancy.org/ to learn about the history and mission of the Bay County Conservancy. Also, check out the Facebook page of the Sweetbay Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society for updates about membership, outings and future educational outreach.

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Bay County Conservancy, The Land Conservancy of Northwest Florida is a member of the national Land Trust Alliance (LTA). The LTA leads a national network of nearly 1,700 community-based, nonprofit land conservation organizations working to safeguard land for present and future generations. For more information, visit www.lta.org