public lands

March 23, 2020

Dear Florida: I Love Honeymoon Island’s North Beach

By Linda TheuhaftPalm Harbor, FL I love to be at North Beach because the rocky coastline keeps many people away, and it’s usually pretty quiet except […]
March 18, 2020

Lady Lupines of Florida

By Mark TancigBontanist, FCV Contributor Early spring is a great time to be out visiting natural areas in Florida. Not only is the temperature and humidity […]
March 4, 2020

Florida’s Gems are Under Threat

Florida’s natural areas (what we call Gems) face ever-increasing threats from rampant development, water pollution, and climate change, but investments in conservation and management can ensure […]
February 21, 2020

Slavery’s Legacy: Sites of Bondage and Freedom

Florida has a deep history of enslavement, and these dark times are enshrined in public parks and historic sites across the state. While we’ll never know […]