The Holton Eco-Preserve
A community-service project of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Fort Myers

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WELCOME TO THE HOLTON ECO-PRESERVE

The Holton Eco-Preserve is a welcoming greenspace experience…

  • dedicated to providing a living laboratory for exploration and hands on experiences
  • a place where the whole family can learn how to love nature, live lightly on the earth, and grow organic produce throughout the year
  • where the community can come together to enjoy learning about preserving our natural SWFL habitat

 

"Our mission is to help people to steward our earth through classes and events which promote sustainable lifestyles and enhance the native habitat of our community."
 

Holton Eco-Preserve Special Speaker

Friday, December 9th

Members,

Learn how to use your in-season FL harvest. Hands-on demonstrations on storing secrets, serving tips and lots of take home recipes. Part of the Family Gardens/Eco-Preserve education series-2nd Friday's.  This Friday (10 am) we are delighted to host cookbook author Connie Hope. She will share some of her new cooking secrets from her new book "Soups and Stews...Comfort by the Spoonful."  Just in time for Florida winter!  See you there!  In Hobart Social Hall on the UUCFM campus.

HOW TO "BEE" FRIENDLY TO POLLINATORS

WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP THE BEES IN YOUR GARDEN
Thursday, October 27th

Special guest speakers Tim and Astrid Hartleb. Bees, butterflies and native pollinators provide for 80% of the food we rely on each and every day. From their apiary (no apes, just bees), they will bring an observation hive, drought tolerant pollinator seeds along with the do's and dont's of a pollinator friendly yard.

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