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Cecelia Morales joins Shangri-La Springs as organic garden manager

Shangri-La Springs is pleased to announce that Cecelia Morales has joined its team as the new organic garden manager. In her new role, Morales is responsible for managing the care and maintenance of Shangri-La Springs’ organic garden, which will support the property’s farm-to-table restaurant, Harvest, opening in early 2019. A Southwest Florida native, Morales brings a wealth of organic and sustainable gardening knowledge to her new role.  Prior to joining Shangri-La Springs, Morales was a nursery caretaker and plant retailer at Fruit Scapes Nursery in Bokeelia, where she cultivated and maintained a variety of local and imported fruits and plants. While attending Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU), Morales dedicated more than three years to the university’s Food Forest, a student-run sustainable permaculture garden, where she assisted in food cultivation and served as the service-learning coordinator.   Morales earned a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education from FGCU and…

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