Help Us Protect Florida's Natural Treasures

Cypress Cove Landkeepers

Cypress Cove Landkeepers is a Naples-based 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to preserving and protecting Southwest Florida’s ecologically sensitive landscape from the devastating impact of over-development. We purchase properties connecting wildlife corridors, restore these properties to as natural a state as possible, encourage native flora and fauna to repopulate the area and support the next generation of Landkeepers.
Our first property acquisition, the 10-acre Gore Nature Education Center in the Golden Gate Estates area of Naples, provides the perfect setting for exploration and nature education. We invite you to come experience its wonders.

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Upcoming Programs and Events

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Second Sundays at the Preserve

The Gore Nature Education Center is open the Second Sunday of each month from noon to 4:00 p.m. Come walk our trails, visit our pollinator gardens, and enjoy our beautiful 10-acre “Old Florida” preserve. Local experts will be sharing their nature knowledge on topics ranging from beekeeping and native plants to bears and panthers. No reservations required.

Support Our Mission

Critical habitats for endangered species in Southwest Florida are succumbing to urban sprawl. The endangered Florida panthers’ corridor in rural Collier County has been diminished with recent approvals for residential villages in this area.

Vacant properties adjacent to the Gore Nature Education Center and Conservation Collier’s Dr. Robert H. Gore III Preserve are available for purchase. Protecting this land helps to expand the natural corridors required by the Florida panther and other large animals. Your contribution will allow us to acquire and conserve vulnerable property in key areas, ensuring Florida’s treasured resources will be available for generations to come.


Together We Can Save Florida from Irreversible Damage

Southwest Florida’s unique natural treasures need to be protected against the irreversible environmental damage caused by overdevelopment. Stand with us as we work to save natural Florida.


Your donation makes it possible for us to purchase, protect and restore the land, educate the community, and support research. Consider our many giving opportunities.


Volunteers keep our gardens blooming, trails trimmed and programs running. If you are interested in our mission and have time to share, come join our Landkeepers team.


Explore our “Old Florida” trails, participate in our programs and savor the sights, smells and sounds of the Gore Nature Education Center. Plan your visit today.