This morning, the Space Coast Science Education Alliance (SCSEA) met for the monthly meeting at the Springs of Suntree clubhouse. Afterwards, people were invited to go see Hundred Acre Hollows. Bob Day, of Brevard Nature Alliance, had seen the property years ago. He was glad to see slash pine trees and other native plants growing here. We talked about eradicating the Cogon grass.
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit acting as caretakers to 114 acres of land in Brevard County. Our vision is to use this land to discover, study, and teach about Florida’s plants and animals to help sustain and enrich lives.
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