October 21: A Hike on Horse Creek Farm, 9:00 am – 11:00 am (RSVP Required)
Horse Creek Farm, St. Johns County
What is a conservation easement, and how do they help landowners to protect their treasured places? Join us for a hike and tour of one of our easements in St. Johns County, a scenic working forest and farm along Mill Creek. Advanced registration required; contact Emily (firstname.lastname@example.org) to save your spot.
November 14: Archaeology After Hours, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM (RSVP Required)
St. Augustine Distillery, St. Augustine, FL
A Talk on Climate Change and Site Stewardship is the second event in our quarterly seminar series. Emily Jane Murray, Public Archaeology Coordinator for the Florida Public Archaeology Network Northeast Region, will be our speaker for this event. Join us at 6 PM for a tour of St. Augustine Distillery, followed by refreshments and a complimentary cocktail, “The Florida Mule,” generously offered by St. Augustine Distillery. The presentation will begin at 7 PM. Free for students with student i.d.
November 4: Fourth Quarterly Big Talbot Island Clean-up, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (Details and sign up here!)
Meet at Wayside parking area on BTI (30°27’50.6″N 81°26’05.8″W), Duval County
North Florida Land Trust adopted a three-mile segment of Heckscher Drive/A1A through the Florida Department of Transportation’s Adopt-A-Highway Litter Removal Program. Help us clean up this section of the highway to prevent trash from entering our state parks and waterways. Then join us for lunch (provided) at NFLT’s Milam House.
Ongoing – Speak Up for Florida Forever Trainings
Despite a clear bipartisan mandate from the public to fund land conservation, the Florida legislature has chosen to allocate much of those funds toward other purposes. Contact us to schedule a training and to learn more about the Florida Water and Land Conservation Initiative and how to better advocate for the issues YOU care about.