Kim Trebatsoki Ruiz became a Board of Trustee for the CREW Land and Water Trust in May 2017. She will be helping raise funds for the education programs.
EcoPlanz donated services to The Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum to delineate the wetland boundary and document the native vegetation to assist with the design and permitting of a new parking lot.
EcoPlanz particpated in the weekly Mollusk Matinee program at The Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum where Kim presented Dynamics of Barrier Islands: purposeful shifting sands .
Kim has participated in the annual International Coastal Cleanup since 1997 at Bunche Beach now a Conservation 20/20 Preserve.
EcoPlanz joined about a dozen volunteers to plant bare root seedling cypress and pine trees at Imperial Marsh Preserve in southeast Lee County.
EcoPlanz worked with Quality Life Center staff and Santiago de Choch to establish a community garden at the Quality Life Center.
EcoPlanz donated hand-knit scarves were to Foster Care to Success’s Red Scarf Project.