A recent walk on the beach found these placid, glistening gulf waters in the wake of Tropical Storm Hermine. We had previously showed you that storm’s frothy rolling waters, swirling ankle deep on the shore.
From tempest to tranquility, each depiction is deserving of its own beauty.
On our barrier island, the wonders of nature never cease and will never disappoint! » Read more
SCCF has a great new venue for their annual fundraiser this year — the new Bailey Homestead Preserve!
Come celebrate the 9th annual “Wines in the Wild” benefiting the Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation on Saturday, November 5, from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
“We always like to add a new element to this fundraiser,” said Tom Uhler, event co-chair. “We’re excited to announce that this year ‘Wines in the Wild’ » Read more
Sanibel Captiva Community Bank has gone solar!
The bank recently announced that it has installed solar electricity systems at its two largest branch locations: Main Office at 2475 Library Way on Sanibel and McGregor Branch at 15975 McGregor Blvd. in Fort Myers.
The solar electricity systems, also known as solar photovoltaic systems, work in parallel with utility electricity to provide power in a seamless manner to the bank. » Read more
Enjoy the wonder of it all–beautiful water, brilliant sky and soothing
beach–from every condo at Ocean’s Reach. » Read more
Sanibel packs adventure beyond the beaches and bicycle paths. A little-known secret is the well-groomed yet seldom trekked hiking trails adjacent to SCCF’s vast new marshes. Over 50 acres of hardwoods were recently cleaned and gleaned to maximize wildlife habitat restoration and return the land to its origin. The removal of the hardwoods was located north of the Sanibel River, » Read more
“You can never be lost
when you learn to get lost
into the blue of the sea.”
— Munia Khan » Read more
We love that so many of our guests and residents care about our coastline.
Case in point, many teamed up recently with the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation (SCCF) and Keep Lee County Beautiful to help with the 30th annual International Coastal Cleanup.
While we don’t have this year’s numbers in yet, more than 2,050 volunteers helped out across Lee County last year. Together, they removed 5,000 pound of litter and debris from our beaches. » Read more