March 19, 2021

Anita was invited to be the guest speaker at Café con Tampa on March 19, 2021 where she shared her passion for butterflies and Florida native plants.  


March 11, 2021


March 11, 2021
Tampa Bay ‘butterfly whisperer’ opening conservatory dedicated to the insect and native plants

Chelsea Zukowski
Anita Camacho’s passion for pollinators and spreading environmental awareness locally began about 25 years ago.


March 11, 2021
Local business celebrates ‘Learn About Butterflies Day’

February 22, 2021
Encore! Tampa breaks ground on butterfly garden near heart of downtown

 
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 February 19, 2021


February 17, 2021


February 6, 2021
‘Put more of Florida back in Florida:’ Nursery owner takes part in NFL Green Week

 3:32 AM EST February 9, 2021

Anita Camacho is passionate about Florida and Tampa Bay, keeping native plant and wildlife going. She was thrilled to be a part of the NFL Green Week by putting in a pollinator garden just a couple miles from the stadium at Wellswood Park. 


February 5, 2021
Bloom TV on WTTA Great 38 promotes NFL Green Week initiatives.


February 2, 2021
Anita Camacho shares her NFL Green Week experience with WFLA NewsRadio


January 26, 2021
NFL Green Week Garden Planting at Reed Park

Anita Camacho joined Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful volunteers to kick of NFL Green Week in Tampa Bay.  As part of this NFL initiative, Anita helped plant a pollinator garden at Reed Park and at Wellswood Park.


January 19, 2021
New butterfly conservatory spreading wings in South Tampa


Posted at 11:07 AM, Jan 19, 2021
and last updated 4:18 PM, Jan 19, 2021

Anita Camacho announces plans for the Butterfly Conservatory of Tampa Bay.  After years of traveling the world studying butterflies Anita has decided to open up her own butterfly conservatory in South Tampa.


November 13, 2018
Monarch butterfly population may be in trouble

Fox 13 News learns from Anita Camacho how the population of Monarch butterflies is in a steep decline, according to a study recently released by the University of Florida.