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​Dana Kasler, Director, Parks & Recreation
Karen Wells, Director, County Lands 

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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

Get involved

  • 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.


    • County Lands: (Land Review and Acquisition)
      Phone: 239-533-8833
      Fax: 239-485-8391
      1500 Monroe St.
      Fort Myers, FL 33901
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    • Mailing Address:
      P.O. Box 398
      Fort Myers, FL 33902-0398
    • Parks & Recreation: (Land Stewardship and Management)
      Phone: 239-533-7400
      Fax: 239-485-2303
      3410 Palm Beach Blvd.
      Fort Myers, FL 33916
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      • Follow Conservation 20/20 on Facebook
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