Florida

Places We Protect

Use this map or browse the list below to explore our preserves and places we protect in Florida.

The Nature Conservancy owns and manages approximately 55,159 acres in Florida. The following preserves are open to the public:

Preserves You Can Visit

Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravines Preserve
Blowing Rocks Preserve
The Disney Wilderness Preserve
Machaba Balu Preserve
Tiger Creek Preserve

Initiatives

Bringing Nature to Communities
Everglades
Fire

Florida Forever
Freshwater
Invasive Species
Longleaf Pine Forests
Marine
Nature Protects

Projects by Species

Corals 
Fish 
Florida Black Bears 
Florida Panther
Florida Scrub-jays
Gulf Sturgeon
Indigo Snakes
 
Manatees
Oysters
Python
Red-cockaded Woodpeckers

Highlighted Projects

Blackwater River State Forest
Building Resilience with Nature 
Central Florida Lygodium Strategy 
Dam Removal 
Everglades
 
Florida Reef Resilience Program
Gulf Coast
Gulf of Mexico
Python Patrol 
Little Pine Island
Miami Metropolitan Area 
Military Base Buffering
Oyster Reef Restoration
Ranching
Springs Restoration 
Steephead Streams
Woodruff Lock and Dam 

ADA Accessibility

In accordance with the Department of Justice’s amended regulation implementing Title III of the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regarding "Other Power‐Driven Mobility Devices,” The Nature Conservancy has completed an assessment of its nature preserves in Florida. Please download our nature preserve accessibility assessment (119 KB pdf) for more information.

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