Parks That Teach

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Take a Walk on the Wild Side ...

The “Parks that Teach” corridor of the City’s Pathways.   Guided tours will be led by the University of Florida’s Master Gardeners, individuals who have completed an extensive training course in gardening sponsored by the University of Florida.  As you walk thru the pathway, you will view the unique ecosystems of the mangroves, identify trees and shrubs, and you will learn how these plants can fit into your home landscape.  In addition, experience the habitats that support many different Florida creatures including alligators, wading birds, turtles, fish, raccoons, and crabs.  

The Master Gardener guides will introduce native, non-native Florida Friendly (good to plant ) and invasive plants (not good to plant) and the difference between each.  Learn about the importance of the mangrove community, it’s value as a habitat and the support it provides as nursery grounds for fish, birds, crabs and other creatures as well as the ability of the mangroves to survive under low oxygen and saline environments

ALL TOURS ARE FREE

Held on the

1st SATURDAY & 3rd WEDNESDAY

of EACH Month at 9:30AM

Tours depart from Fishermen's Village /

Linear Park near the "Fitness Zone"

Tours will last approximately 1 1/2 hours. 

Wear comfortable clothing and footwear. 

For additional information or to schedule a group tour call the

Master Gardener's at 941-764-4340


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