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The ECCL is a network of communities and organizations working together to serve as the “Voice of the People” to advocate for positive change. Because there is strength in numbers and no Sunshine Law restrictions, the ECCL can openly address and affect the outcome of both challenges and opportunities facing our communities.
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DR/GR stands for density reduction – groundwater resource. It is a large area of land (over 80,000 acres) just east of Estero that was established jointly in 1990 by the State of Florida and Lee County with the specific purpose of protecting the principal water supply...
With the COVID-19 strain of coronavirus making headlines across the world, Lee Health wants to answer your questions and keep you healthy. A few key things to know: There are seven known coronaviruses that can affect humans, and four of them are relatively common and...
Estero, Fl., Feb. 26, 2020 A group of boaters departed the FGCU Marine Field Station on Sunday morning, February 23, carrying forty-three (43) volunteers, on a special mission. Their goal: an environmental cleanup of the pristine waters of Estero Bay. Their catch:...
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Volunteer or donate supplies to the Junior Achievement 2-5-8 Graduate program which teaches economic literacy at all stages of education.
Protect the DR/GR from new mines
Tell legislators to oppose unnecessary mining and to protect water quality for Lee County.
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