You are cordially invited to the Annual meeting of CTF on Saturday, Jan. 30th at 3 PM at Dr. Raymond Webber’s Cedar Lakes Ranch and Nature Preserve near Williston. Dr. Webber will take us on a tour of his garden and of Devil’s Den. Dr. Webber is a 1/3 owner of Devil’s Den – a premier place for scuba diving in a spring fed “cave.” http://www.devilsden.com/
The Board will elect new officers for 2010.. The Annual Meeting is more of a social event and we invite CTF members and guests. CTF will provide refreshments and snacks.
DIRECTIONS: From the main intersection in Williston , go West on SR 27A towards Bronson – about one mile from McDonalds, you will see state sign that says “Devil’s Den Springs” on the right hand side of the road. Make a right onto 180th Avenue – go down the road about 2/3 of a mile and there is a bend in the road – you will see a split block wall and gate that says “Cedar Lakes Ranch and Nature Preserve.” Once in the ranch, follow the road between two ponds and up the hill to the right and then park near the house. If you end up at Devil’s Den, then you have gone one gate too far.
Please RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
Busy Kislig-Shires Byerly
Conservation Trust for Florida, Inc.
P.O. Box 134
Micanopy , FL 32667
Phone & Fax: 352-466-1178
The Conservation Trust for Florida is a 501(c)(3) land trust. The mission of CTF is to protect the rural landscapes of Florida . We focus on farms, ranches, working forests, and natural areas that provide landscape connections.