Hurricane Ian Impacts
SCCF is engaged in ongoing rebuilding and recovery
We look forward to seeing you safely this season!
SCCF Environmental Policy Director Matt DePaolis will discuss how our interconnected waterways directly impact the resilience of Southwest Florida and the greater Everglades ecosystem.
Over 50 Years of Conservation on Sanibel, Captiva, & the Surrounding Watershed
PROTECTED LAND ON SANIBEL AND CAPTIVA
SCCF SPECIES RESEARCH AND HABITAT PROJECTS
The River Estuary Coastal Observing Network (RECON) tracks changes in water quality from Lake Okeechobee
Reducing stormwater runoff and removing nutrients from the Sanibel Slough
Prescribed fires are conducted on Sanibel preserve natural habitats on conservation lands
Monitoring the 4 species found on Sanibel and Captiva to expand over 50 years of research
KEEP UP WITH THE WORK WE DO
Residents, visitors can breathe a sigh of reliefREAD MORE
Call for more community dataREAD MORE
Currents likely to push it to Mexico, TexasREAD MORE
NFMS to submit Biological OpinionREAD MORE
SCCF's Everglades Update, which is held annually in partnership with the Everglades Foundation, will be an educational sunset cruise with Captiva Cruises on Thursday, March 23, from 6-8 p.m. Tickets are limited.