Bette Nebel

April 2018

Bette has been a volunteer and member at the Conservancy since 1990. She has spent time in the Dalton Discovery Center, as a naturalist on the Good Fortune eco-cruise and currently volunteers for Clam Pass nature walks.

Her other passion is with the Collier County Audubon Society as a wading bird stewart. She also has her Master Gardner Certification in Collier County as well as her Florida Master Naturalist Certification for wetlands and coastal waters.


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Other affliations and acheivements:

  • 4H Lifetime Achievement Award  Nov. 9, 2017 (37 Yrs) - Macomb Co MI
  • Collier County 4H Bees in the Garden Club  2015-2017
  •  Great Lakes Education Project  1975-2015
  •  US Coast Guard Rescue Award, Detroit River, MI  2013
  •  Professor Emeritus Biology-Environmental Science, Macomb College, Warren, MI  2000-present
  •  Professor Biology-Environmental Science, Macomb College, Warren, MI  1965-2000

As a Conservancy volunteer, Bette helps to illustrate the connection with Florida ecosystems and other ecosystems to those she meets as a guide. She loves volunteering for the Conservancy because they give solutions to the problems using scientific based facts.

Thank you, Bette, for your role in protecting Southwest Florida’s unique natural environment and quality of life…now and forever.

 

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