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Rose Béchard-Butman, NATURAL RESOURCE SPECIALIST
Environmental Protection and Growth Management Department
ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND COMMUNITY RESILIENCE DIVISION
115 S Andrews Ave, Room 329-H | Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301
County Extension Director
Urban Horticulture Agent
3245 College Ave
Broward County is a certified 4- STAR Community
Recognized for National Excellence in Sustainability
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Voice Mail: 954-357-5121
Local Satellite office open Monday’s 9:00am – NOON at: Tradewinds Park (Opposite Butterfly World)
3600 W. Sample Road, Coconut Creek , South Side Office: 954-357-8870.
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University of Florida - The University of Florida's web site where you can download their latest colored brochure Native Wildflowers on Roadsides in Central and South Florida.
University of Florida Assessments of Non-Native Plants in Florida’s Natural Areas.
American Horticultural Society - Sensible, straight-forward information on a variety of gardening topics, events and books, plus links to state master gardener sites nationwide
Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden
10901 Old Cutler Road
Coral Gables, FL
Florida Wildflower Council
Mounts Botanical Garden
559 N. Military Trail
West Palm Beach, FL
Habitat Steward Volunteers are individuals with a keen interest in the environment, and a willingness to volunteer their time and expertise to help others create or restore wildlife habitat.
Habitat Stewards need to be able to commit to providing 30 hours of service to the National Wildlife Federation within a year of completing their training.
Examples of some volunteer opportunities include:
• Consulting with neighbors about filling habitat needs in their backyard
• Speaking at civic association meetings or clubs about the importance of wildlife habitat
• Writing articles for local newspapers or magazines
• Distributing habitat information at local festivals
• Helping create Schoolyard Habitats
• Joining a Community Wildlife Habitat Team
• Certifying either 3 homes or 1 school, business, or place of worship
Habitat Steward Training includes field trips, expert speakers, and materials. Applicants must attend entire training.
This training is provided at no charge by NatureScape Broward. Volunteer commitment is required.
Class size is limited.
To register, please contact either Rose Bechard-Butman, or Kimberly May or 954-519-1470.
United States National Arboretum - A somewhat academic gardening resource with plenty of information on research and events as well as topics of general interest
The National Gardening Association - A comprehensive source of garden, lawn and kid’s gardening how-tos and resources, plus national forums.
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