Ashley Wells
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December 7, 2016 (Naples, FL) –John R. Wood Properties has announced their sponsorship of The Conservancy of Southwest Florida for the 2016-2017 calendar year, further demonstrating the company’s ongoing philanthropic efforts within the community and providing much needed resources in support of environmental advocacy.

“As the oldest real estate brokerage in Southwest Florida we have a unique understanding and appreciation of the area’s authentic beauty and environmental challenges,” said President, Phil Wood. “While the area continues to grow and be developed, we believe in the importance of respecting our natural resources and building in responsible ways that ultimately ensure the protection of our wildlife, water and land.”

The Conservancy of Southwest Florida has been a leading environmental advocacy organization for over 50 years with a focus on protecting the water, land, wildlife and future of the five-county area that comprises Southwest Florida.  The Conservancy coordinates across four divisions to accomplish their goals including Science and Research, Policy and Advocacy, Environmental Education, and Wildlife Rehabilitation.

Complimentary copies of the John R. Wood sponsored annual Activity Guide for 2016-2017, are now available to the public and in local John R. Wood offices.  These booklets showcase the beauty of Southwest Florida and provide an excellent resource for navigating volunteer opportunities and family-friendly educational events in the area. 

To learn more about The Conservancy of Southwest Florida, visit

John R. Wood Properties is the oldest real estate company in Southwest Florida with over 55 years of industry and market experience. The firm currently has fourteen offices serving Marco Island, Naples, Bonita Springs, Estero, Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Ave Maria, and Sanibel/Captiva Islands, with over 500 agents and staff across Southwest Florida.