Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast announces Myakka Headwaters Protected

The Giving Coast

Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast announces the permanent protection of 363 acres at the headwaters of the Myakka River in Myakka City. Seven creeks converge into one river, the Myakka, at the newly named Myakka Headwaters Preserve. “Safeguarding this rare property is essential to the health of everything downstream,” noted Christine Johnson, president of Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast.  “We are grateful for the Myakka River Land Fund of the Manatee Community Foundation for protecting these rare lands for people and nature. Our quality of life depends on it.”

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