From the Naples Daily News:
The Coastal Forum on Sharks of Southwest Florida originally scheduled for January 11 has been postponed. The new date will be posted as soon as it is confirmed.
We have all heard of the basic ways to help conserve and protect our local environment. For those of us who want to do more, here are 4 more ways you can help.
1. Buy local, buy organic! When you buy local, organic produce, not only are you contributing to the local economy, but you are helping to reduce the amount of fuel, pesticides and other chemicals that are involved in getting your food to you!
2. Don’t just recycle, compost! Believe it or not, composting simple kitchen scraps and leftover food is much easier than it sounds and you will be astounded how much it will reduce the amount you throw away every week!
3. Get involved! Get involved in local beach cleanup and other environmentally friendly events! It’s a great way to meet likeminded people, make friends, and help your local environment at the same time!
4. Speak up! Tell friends and family about steps you are taking to reduce your impact, and speak up at work and whenever you see something that could be more environmentally friendly!
Pelican Isle Yacht Club Purchases New Outboard Engine to Power ECA Vessel
Pelican Isle Yacht Club has donated a 25 horsepower four stroke Mercury outboard engine for ECA’s Guardian vessel, used by ECA members and volunteers to conduct soundings of Wiggins Pass inlet and to conduct research and monitoring of environmental conditions within the Cocohatchee estuary. The new engine enhances ECA’s ability to advance its mission of conserving the Cocohatchee estuary and supporting safe navigation of Wiggins Pass. The ECA sincerely thanks Pelican Isle Yacht Club for this donation.