The Marco Island Historical Society presents “Marco Island’s Living Beaches,” a presentation by Debbie and Marty Roddy, on Tuesday, May 6 at 7 PM at the Rose History Auditorium. There is no charge for members; non-members are asked to pay $5.
The Roddy’s will provide a virtual tour of Marco Island’s living beaches for interested beach goers. Learn about the critters, plants and formations that make the coastline a vibrant place. You’ll also learn how the Calusa Indians used local natural resources to live.
Debbie and Marty are permanent residents of Marco Island and have devoted a majority of their volunteer time and activities to various aspects of conservation with an emphasis on the beach. They serve as nature guides for the Conservancy of Southwest Florida and are certified volunteers with the Collier County Sea Turtle Protection Program.
For more information on the event, contact BJ Henning at firstname.lastname@example.org. Come and experience our beautiful living beaches through the eyes of the Roddy’s.