The “Ding” Darling Wildlife Society-Friends of the Refuge is partnering with Solar United Neighbors, a nonprofit co-op whose purpose is to provide residents and businesses in Lee and Collier counties with collective buying power to affordably convert to solar energy. Based on the prior success of its SanCap Solar Connect campaign in 2015, DDWS joins the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation, the Sanibel & Captiva Islands Chamber of Commerce, Bailey’s General Store, and other island factions in its support. Solar United Neighbors recently announced the launch of the Southwest Florida 2023 Solar Co-op. A brief launch announcement will occur at noon Tuesday during the SWFL Climate & Community Summit at the Arthex One Conference Center in Naples. SUN’s Gulf Coast program associate will be at the event to answer questions about going solar and to share experiences. The SUN Co-op is free to join and open to homeowners and business owners in Lee and Collier counties.
Rebecca Maddox said needed to retire from the hands-on attention she devoted to Three60 Market since she launched it 13...Read more