Do You Have A Conservation Area In Your Backyard? Talk To Your OC-EPD Environmental Specialist

  • conservation area-11, 2020 drone dead cypress tree final
    Fallen cypress in the lake Part of our conservation area in our backyard (Attribution: Susan Sun Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
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    Part of our conservation area in our backyard (Attribution: Susan Sun Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
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    Part of our conservation area in our backyard (Attribution: Susan Sun Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
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    Part of the conservation area encroaching into our backyard (Attribution: Susan Sun Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
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    Dead Cypress Tree fallen into the lake (Attribution: Susan Sun Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
  • conservation area-12 drone, neighbor's dock, fallen cypress tree and lilypads, from back of house final
    Fallen cypress & lilypads in the lake Part of our conservation area in our backyard (Attribution: Susan Sun Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
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    Part of our conservation area in our backyard (Attribution: Susan Sun Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
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    Overgrown vines negatively impacting the health of cypress tree in the conservation area of our backyard (Attribution: Susan Sun Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
  • conservation area-13 drone fallen cypress, lilypads and neighbor's dock final
    Fallen cypress & lilypads in the lake Part of our conservation area in our backyard (Attribution: Susan Sun Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
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    conservation area, overgrown and full of life (Attribution: Susan Sun Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
  • conservation area-15, drone lilypads and pondweeds viewed from back of property final
    Cypress, lilypads by the lakeshore of the conservation area (Attribution: Susan Sun Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
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    Cypress, lilypads by the lakeshore of the conservation area (Attribution: Susan Sun Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
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    Dead Cypress Tree fallen into the lake (Attribution: Susan Sun Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
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    Wild taro in the conservation area encroaching into our backyard (Attribution: S.S.Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
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    Passion fruit flower in the conservation area (Attribution: S.S. Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
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    Viney plants in the conservation area (Attribution: S.S.Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
  • Bird perched on fence final final
    Bird perched on fence (Attribution: Susan Sun Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
  • Flying visitor on cypress branch final final
    Flying visitor on cypress tree branch (Attribution: Susan Sun Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
  • Ladybug on papaya tree final final
    Ladybug on papaya tree (Attribution: Susan Sun Nunamaker, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)

Susan Sun Nunamaker

I am a mother/wife/daughter, math professor, solar advocate, world traveler, yogi, artist, photographer, sharer of knowledge/information, and resident of Windermere, FL. I've worked professionally in applied math, engineering, medical research, and as a university math professor in IL and FL for about 20 years. My husband and I loved Disney and moved down to Central Florida initially as snowbirds. But we've come to love the warmth and friendly people offered by this community and decided to move down to Windermere, FL full time in 2006. I am now spending time sharing information/ knowledge online, promoting understanding of math and solar energy (via http://www.sunisthefuture.net ), and developing Windermere Sun (http://www.WindermereSun.com) as an online publication, sharing and promoting Community ABC's (Activities-Businesses-Collaborations) for healthier/happier/more sustainable living. In the following posts, I'll be sharing with you some of the reasons why Windermere has attracted us to become full-time residents of Central Florida region. Please feel free to leave your comments via email at "Contact Us" in the topbar above or via [email protected] ~Let's help one another~ Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker Founder/Owner/Editor/Producer of Windermere Sun email: [email protected] Twitter: @WindermereSun

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