| Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary in the News|
| Outlet: Fort Myers Florida Weekly|
Headline: Take a Bough
Excerpt: And sometimes magnificence in a tree — the greatest trees — simply won’t earn a place in the national or the state registers, something officials at the 13,000-acre Audubon Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary in Collier County point out. “At Corkscrew, we have the largest stand of ancient old-growth bald cypress trees in the world, about 740 acres of them,” says Sally Stein, director of public programs for the sanctuary. “The largest as far as circumference is 24 feet — and we had a hard time measuring that.”
Outlet: Boston Herald
Headline: Maturity, wisdom, compassion, patience key to dealing with coronavirus
Excerpt: The president of a south Florida university, one so far south that it encroaches on the Audubon Corkscrew Swamp, laid down the law on students who fail to wear masks, keep six feet apart and avoid large groups. He said he’ll kick them out, and if you are kicked out of one Florida state university you are kicked out of all 12.