Cedar Key Seafood Festival is October 15 and 16. Friends will have an information and merchandise booth. We are eager to have many, many visitors. Come and learn why the Lower Suwannee and Cedar Key National Wildlife Refuges are so valuable in preserving our quality of life, our economy, and the natural environment that draw us to this place.
Learn about our hiking trails, our gravel bike trails, our kayaking trails. Learn what the Refuge does to build back thriving, sustainable forests, to help keep the water of River and the Gulf a good home for the plants and animals who live there and on whom we depend for recreation and livelihood. Buy our merchandise and help spread the word about our Refuges.
To help staff the booth for a few hours, email firstname.lastname@example.org. To visit us, come to the city park. We will be along A Street, looking forward to meeting you and hoping to make you smile.
Look for Friends ad in the September-October edition of Hidden Coast magazine.