NAPLES, FL – July 17, 2012 – Aquatic Plants of Florida, Inc. joined more than sixty other exhibitors at the Florida Chamber Foundation’s 26th Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School in Marco Island, Florida. The four-day event was hosted at the Marco Island Marriott Beach Resort.
The Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School is the Florida Chamber’s largest short course and is attended by approximately 800 Attorneys, Consultants, Engineers, State and Local Government Officials, Developers, Land Owners and many others with a strong interest in environmental permitting in Florida.
Aquatic Plants of Florida displayed dozens of native plants grown at its Myakka City, farm utilized by environmental professionals throughout Florida and elsewhere for wetland restoration projects. Plant availability and more info at www.apofl.com.
Conference highlights included keynote addresses by Herschel Vinyard, Secretary, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, and Florida State Representative Jimmy Patronis, District 6. On-line registration available at www.floridanet.com.