Myakka Conservancy Logo

The Myakka Conservancy Inc., a not-for-profit organization dedicated to protecting the ecological values and agricultural heritage of the Myakka River basin, recently adopted a new logo designed by Deborah J. Bell, owner of Graphic Arts Studio in Bradenton.

The logo features a cluster of palm fronds with the organization’s name. Founded in 1991, the Conservancy’s focus is the entire Myakka River watershed, from Manatee County through Sarasota County and to Charlotte Harbor in Charlotte County. The Conservancy pursues its goal of encouraging and facilitating conservation through a combination of public acquisition, conservation easements and private stewardship. The organization’s board members represent all three counties, as well as the agricultural, urban, business and environmental concerns in the basin.

About the Myakka Conservancy Inc.
The Myakka Conservancy believes that enlightened land planning, responsible management and the voluntary purchase of land titles, conservation easements and other legal rights are necessary to secure the perpetual protection and stewardship of the Myakka ecosystem. The Myakka Conservancy works to protect agricultural and natural resources from urban intrusion without increasing government regulation and promotes options for landowners who care about their land.