Government Relations Law attorney, Zachary W. Lombardo has been elected to the Board of Directors of Friends of the Fakahatchee. Members are elected to the Board each April for two-year terms. Board members come from a wide variety of backgrounds including education, the professions, tourism, business, and volunteerism. The Fakahatchee Strand Preserve is the largest and least developed of Florida’s State Parks.
According to their website, Friends of Fakahatchee (FOF) work hand in hand with park staff to provide resource-based recreation while educating, preserving and restoring natural resources. One of FOF’s important missions is to educate the public about the fragility of the Fakahatchee biodiversity doing so thru their seasonal adventures and programs.
Zach commented about his involvement: “Southwest Florida is a beautiful place to live and a lot of that beauty is because of the Everglades. It is important to me to do what I can to support the Fakahatchee and the critical borderlands between development in Southwest Florida and the Everglades,” he says.
Zachary Lombardo is an associate attorney at Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A. His Juris Doctorate is from the Florida State University College of Law where he graduated cum laude. Zach grew up in Naples, Florida and focuses his government relations, land use & zoning, business law, contract drafting, and litigation practice in the Southwest Florida community. He enjoys paddling the waterways of Collier and Lee Counties and playing harmonica.
For more information about Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A., see www.wpl-legal.com or call 239-649-6555.