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  • Fun fact of the day

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  • owl-sidepicMaple Leaf Natural Resources Committee

    Co-Chairpersons:

    Nancy Miller – Email: golf@mapleleafgcc.net

    Mike Comba – Email: mcomba@comcast.net

    Members:

    Heather Smith, Michael Smith (Board Liaison), Bill McGee, Bob Desramaux, Phyllis Dalgleish

    Notice Board

    • Try to avoid the use of poisons for rodents. You will most likely kill birds of prey and other animals.

    • Charlotte County has a fertilizer ordinance. Protect our waters.

    • Corporation has a “do not eat fish” advisory.

    • Memorial Trees and Benches

    Background:

    Maple Leaf Golf and Country Club is a watercourse community and host to a diverse ecosystem that sustains, wildlife, fish, fauna, flora, trees, birds and reptiles.  The golf course is a certified Audubon sanctuary and the community is an Audubon International Green Neighborhood. These natural resources are a major part of the fabric that makes Maple Leaf one of the premier retirement destinations.

    Objectives:

    The committee objectives are to promote stewardship and encourage projects that protect, maintain and manage the Park’s natural resources.

    Goals:

    To provide information, advice and education and act as a service on issues of water quality, water conservation, habitat restoration, Florida friendly landscaping, best management practices, invasive species, plant disorders, grass diseases, beautification practices and related park policies. The Committee will help promote club programs that are engaged in natural resource objectives, initiatives that increase resident participation and will assist where possible to advertise fund raising activities.

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    Topics:

    Audubon

    Birds

    Plants

    Trees

    Palms

    Water

    Wildlife