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City of Bonita Springs Redevelopment Project
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When: Saturday, March 28th
9:00 AM until 2:30 PM
Where: Riverside Park
26740 Pine Avenue
Bonita Springs, Florida  34135
United States
Presenter: Cullum Hasty & Jennifer Duffala-Hagen
Contact: Andrea Douglas

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Schedule of Events

9:00am - 9:15am       Meet at Riverside Park (Tour ends at Riverside Park)
9:15am - 9:30am       Carpool to Bonita Nature Place
9:30am - 10:30am     Overview of the Imperial River parks (lead by Cullum Hasty)
10:30am - 11:45pm    Walking/Kayak Tour to Riverside Park (lead by Cullum Hasty)
11:45pm - 1:00pm      Lunch
1:00pm - 3:00pm       Old 41 Corridor Redevelopment (lead by Jennifer Duffala-Hagen)


Bonita Springs Imperial River Ecosystem
Provider: 2709 Course: 0009740 Credits: 2

The course will consist of 45 minutes of classroom activity consisting of a description of how the Nature Place was acquired by the city of Bonita Springs, and how the adjacent properties containing Cullum's Bonita Trail were also acquired. It will include the history of the challenges and opportunities in the acquiring and preserving nearly 50 acres of pristine native Florida ecology. The course will then go mobile on Cullum’s Trail, exploring the Butterfly Garden, Bat House at the Bonita Nature Place and then on to a riparian river trail discussing the natural ecology that exists in this area. The trail ends at the launch location where the river tour by kayak begins. The instructor will talk about the ecology of the river; including native plants and animals interaction with each other.


City of Bonita Springs Redevelopment Project
Provider: 2709 Course: 0009739 Credits: 2

The history and obstacles that have precluded redevelopment in the City of Bonita Springs historic downtown, the revenue sharing agreement with Lee County to partner in financing improvements along this corridor and the Design/Build improvement project. The ultimate objective of these improvements is to create a vibrant downtown that is conducive for redevelopment and new construction infill.  

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