Talk & Tour: “Back to Nature”

Talk & Tour: “Back to Nature”

Saturday, October 27, 2018

9:30 AM – 10:30 AM

 

What we will do:

  • Guided tour of a portion of Heartwood Preserve Conservation Cemetery (please wear closed-toe shoes if you will be going on the tour).
  • Discussion and Q & A session about Natural Burial, understanding the Conservation, Natural, ‘Green’ Burial concept.
  • Information will be provided about Preplanning for Natural Burial at Heartwood Preserve (can take with you).

Stop by for some coffee, or just to observe!

Light refreshments.

Please RSVP/space limited.

Please call for more information and to reserve your spot: 727.376.5111

4100 Starkey Blvd.

Trinity

 

Talk & Tour: What is Conservation & Natural Burial?

Join Heartwood Preserve’s Manager,

Diana Sayegh,

for June’s Talk & Tour:
What is Conservation & Natural Burial?

Saturday 6/23/18

10:00 AM

Come learn about Heartwood Preserve Conservation Cemetery, get a better understanding about the natural “green” burial concept and pre-planning information available upon request.

Stop in a cup of coffee — ask questions & join Diana on a short,

guided tour of Heartwood’s cemetery grounds.

Come take a walk in the woods!

 

 

Please wear comfortable clothes & walking shoes.

Refreshments provided.

Your RSVP is appreciated: (727) 376-5111

Questions about this Talk & Tour?  Call or email us:

info@HeartwoodPreserve.com

 

Heartwood Preserve

4100 Starkey Blvd., Trinity

 

Talk & Tour: “Mosquito Control 101”

Talk & Tour: “Mosquito Control 101

Fly In!

Saturday

May 19th

9 AM – 10:15 AM

Guest Speaker: Jillian Meek

Pasco County Mosquito Control District

 

Our Guest Speaker for this Talk & Tour will be Jillian Meek, with the Pasco County Mosquito Control District. Jillian is the Public Education Specialist and has been with Pasco County Mosquito Control District (PCMCD) almost two years. She has a history of teaching and a background in marine science, with a love for animals, the ocean, and her family.

PCMCD services all residents and business within the boundaries of Pasco County. There are many different elements to mosquito control and PCMCD takes pride in keeping equipment in great shape, readily available and sometimes modified for optimum use. Jillian will give a quick introduction while showcasing some of the tools and vehicles that are used throughout the county. She’ll discuss the different roles, how they decide when and where to spray, as well as the importance of mosquito control. PCMCD aims to control mosquitoes in their immature stages to provide a comfortable outdoor environment for citizens and reduce the threat of disease that can be transmitted by mosquitoes. 

 

 

 

Questions? info@HeartwoodPreserve.com

  • Please bring water
  • Wear closed-toe shoes or boots
  • Sunscreen, hat, insect repellent if you wish
  • Family friendly
  • No charge
  • 1 hour event
  • Slow paced walk & standing
  • Your RSVP is appreciated: (727) 376-5111

 

LOCATION: Heartwood Preserve

4100 Starkey Blvd. Trinity FL 34655

 

Talk & Tour: Earth Day

Earth Day Talk & Tour: Topic: “Native Plants Are Not Weeds!”

 

 

Saturday, April 21, 2018

 9:00 AM – 10 AM 

Join us for our monthly Talk & Tour Series at Heartwood Preserve.

Come and learn about Florida’s Native Plants from our Guest Speaker, a Master Gardener & a member of the Nature Coast Chapter of the Native Plant Society: Mary Ellen Gotto.

What are native plants?  What is the importance of native plants to the environment and for wildlife?

Find out more about purchasing and planting Florida Native Plants for your home. 

Handouts available to take with you AND one very lucky attendee will leave with a door prize: a Native Plant from Mary Ellen’s personal, award-winning garden!

 

This Talk & Tour will last about one hour, and all ages are welcome.

Reservations are not required but appreciated.

Meet at Heartwood’s Welcome Center.

 

 

 

Heartwood Preserve

4100 Starkey Blvd.

Trinity, FL 34655

(727) 376-5111

 

  • guided slow-paced walk

  • bring water

  • wear insect repellent if you wish

  • wear comfortable clothing & closed-toe shoes

  • call for questions/details/RSVP

 

Trees of Heartwood: A Walking Tour

Trees of Heartwood: A Walking Tour

 

The 4 trees highlighted in our Heartwood walk are described below:

Longleaf Pinecome see the stages of growth

Slash PineLearn why the Slash pine is named after the “slashes”

Cypress & Oak. 

Learn how to identify these trees and what their roles are in Florida’s ecosystems.

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Talk & Tour Series at Heartwood, 9:00 AM, Saturday 2/24/18, Topic: “Trees of Heartwood” ~ Come take a guided walk through the Preserve with Heartwood’s Founder & Executive Director Laura Starkey to learn about the different species of trees that live here: the keystone Longleaf Pine, Slash Pine, Cypress and Oaks.

– Free, all ages welcome, moderate walk/hike, bring water, wear closed-toe shoes, wear comfortable clothing.

a RSVP is appreciated: (727) 376-5111

our email: info@HeartwoodPreserve.com

please call or email with any questions