Conservancy of Southwest Florida Nature Center to temporarily close for major renovations
NAPLES – The Conservancy of Southwest Florida Nature Center will be closed to the public Aug. 1 to Oct. 3 due to major renovations for the $17 million Sustainable Campus initiative. Normal operating hours will resume at 9 a.m. on Oct. 4. Please note that the Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic is not affected by this closure and will be open as usual, seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Business and administrative offices are also open for business as usual.
The renovation, part of the Conservancy of Southwest Florida “Saving Southwest Florida” Capital Campaign, is designed to transform the 21-acre Conservancy Nature Center into a model for sustainable design and environmental responsibility.
For those interested in being a part of the “Saving Southwest Florida” Campaign, numerous naming opportunities at different levels are still available. For more information on naming opportunities, contact Rob Moher, vice-president of development and marketing for the Conservancy of Southwest Florida at 239-403-4205.