public lands

December 3, 2019

Notes from the Field: Tate’s Hell State Forest

I am standing on thousand-year-old dunes. They are the ancient remnants of mountains formed of salty, wind-swept sand. Today, these dunes are now scrub and flatwood […]
November 25, 2019

Notes from the Field: Bear Creek Educational Forest

I’m a big fan of butterflies and pretty much all pollinating, six-legged creatures. At Bear Creek Educational Forest, I was in for a treat. My Florida […]
November 20, 2019

FCV Education Fund Publishes Gems Report to Highlight Land Conservation in Florida

There is no place on earth I’d rather be than among the trees, birds, beaches, and springs of Florida. I have been fortunate to see many […]
November 18, 2019

Notes from the Field: Leon Sinks Geological Area

When I’m out in the woods, I like to disconnect. No apps, no texts, no social media. Just me and my camera. That was until I […]