This week I represented our association at the Cape Coral Wildlife Trust's ribbon-cutting ceremony. The ceremony marked the acquisition of two parcels of land at 1118 NW 13th TER. The two lots at this address are two of the fifty-seven lots acquired by the CCWT for the purpose of providing a safe haven for threatened or other wildlife species in Cape Coral. The CCWT is acquiring these lots to augment the city and county's conservation initiatives.
Their funding sources for this important initiative include donations, grants, and events. The lots added to the CCWT bank during the event today were donated by Dona Zeuli and George Baliotis.
The Cape Coral Wildlife Trust's sister organization is the Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife, an organization you may be familiar with. Together, these two organizations are doing great things for our city and for the wildlife affected by growth. As President of the NWNA, I am committed to partnering with these organizations and will support their important work. If you are interested in joining the Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife or making a donation to the Cape Coral Wildlife Trust, please check out these two websites.