Shores of Long Bayou wins Golden Mangrove Award (FL)

Once again the Wetlands Committee volunteers at the Shores of Long Bayou Homeowners Association has been lauded for their work maintaining and restoring the bodies of water on its property – 10 stormwater ponds and two manmade lakes.  Last month, the group found out it won the Golden Mangrove Award for 2015 from the Tampa Bay Estuary Program, which supports community-based restoration and education projects focusing on the Tampa Bay Estuary. This is the second time the Shores of Long Bayou has won the award.     Read the article…………..


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