Workshop: Understanding the Animals & Plants Around Solivita
Tuesday, February 14 at 10am in the Ballroom
If you’ve wondered what to do about the armadillo that is digging in your garden, or whether that snake on your lawn is poisonous; if you’ve wondered what grows in Florida’s sandy soil, or what is growing in your neighbor’s yard; if you can’t tell a crane from a heron or a hawk from a vulture… we suggest you sign up now for this workshop.
Wildlife experts will discuss how we can live a harmonious co-existence with animals that sometimes scare us and sometimes annoy us. If you understand them … your life will be more interesting and peaceful.
Agricultural experts will talk about what grows in Florida and what you need to do to surround yourself with flourishing plants and flowers. You can even learn exactly when blueberries, strawberries, and other crops are in season.
Many of us are transplants and still getting used to anoles, alligators, and Sandhill cranes, birds-of-paradise, hibiscus and 15 different varieties of palm trees. We promise you’ll learn a lot about this place we call home.
Mark Your March Calendar!
Workshop -Your Safety and Security
March 20 at 10am in the Ballroom
All R2R Resource Center Workshops are free to Solivita residents, but advance registration is requested.
Call 863-236-9973 or email solivitaR2R@gmail.com to reserve your spot. Walk-ins will be accommodated as space permits.