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OUR MISSION

SCCF is dedicated to the conservation of coastal habitats and aquatic resources on Sanibel and Captiva and in the surrounding watershed.

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Caloosahatchee Oxbow & Riverlore Cruise

01:00 pm-03:30 pmFranklin Lock & Dam Park

Learn the history, culture, and ecology of the Caloosahatchee while cruising the original oxbows

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Caloosahatchee Oxbow & Riverlore Cruise

01:00 pm-03:30 pmFranklin Lock & Dam Park

Learn the history, culture, and ecology of the Caloosahatchee while cruising the original oxbows

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Where We Work

Over 50 Years of Conservation on Sanibel, Captiva, & the Surrounding Watershed

Year Founded

1967+

Acreage Protected

1860+

Miles of Waterways Monitored

34+

Project Locations

185+

SCCF LATEST NEWS

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Marine Lab Scientists Explore “The Dead Zone”

Marine Lab Scientists Explore “The Dead Zone”

published: Oct 29 2018

The red tide event and a dead zone are inextricably linked

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SCCF Welcomes New CEO Ryan Orgera As Erick Lindblad Retires

SCCF Welcomes New CEO Ryan Orgera As Erick Lindblad Retires

published: Oct 25 2018

Big changes at SCCF!

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Art Exhibit in Late October

Art Exhibit in Late October

published: Sep 27 2018

SCCF & SCAL Join Forces to Showcase Members Art!

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Algae, Red Tide Provide our Burning Water Moment

Algae, Red Tide Provide our Burning Water Moment

published: Sep 11 2018

"What will future generations say when they look back at our actions during this moment?"

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