Dana Kasler, Director, Parks & Recreation
Karen Wells, Director, County Lands
Conservation 20/20 is an environmentally-sensitive land acquisition and stewardship program in Lee County. This program preserves and protects environmentally critical land in Lee County for the benefit of present and future generations in Southwest Florida.
Currently, Conservation 20/20 manages 44 preserves spread throughout Lee County, totalling 24,930 acres.
Learn how Conservation 20/20 works for you
Visit a preserve
Submit your property for consideration
- Learn about land submitted for consideration to the Conservation 20/20 program. Attend a Conservation Land Acquisition and Stewardship Advisory Committee (CLASAC) meeting, held monthly and open to the public. View Calendar
- Volunteer at a preserve. Opportunities include workdays accompanied by staff, removing trash, recording wildlife sightings and group projects. Learn more
- Connect with us on Facebook to learn about Conservation 20/20 news, events, recent wildlife sightings, and more.