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Come along with fellow Legacy Club members and TNC’s experts to explore a rich diversity of landscapes, innovative conservation projects and places you are helping to protect.
In Winter 2023/Spring 2024 join us for one of five in-person field trips or participate from the comfort of your home on a virtual field trip into the longleaf pine forests of the Southeast.
Space is limited for in-person trips and registration is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please limit your registration to no more than two in-person trips per person. Times and more information can be found on the individual trip registration pages below.
Questions? Contact Elaine Liles, your Legacy Club Stewardship Manager, at email@example.com.
Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park
February 2, 2024
After a boat ride through turquoise waters to Lignumvitae Key, hike through one of the Keys’ last old-growth hardwood hammocks. (Islamorada, FL)
Georgia’s Little St. Simons Island
March 17, 2024
Join us for a special full-day trip. With an island naturalist as your guide and binoculars in hand, spend the day exploring one of Georgia’s Golden Isles. (St. Simons Island, GA)
Restoring Longleaf Pine Forests
June 11, 2024 | 02:00 PM
Step virtually into this fire-dependent forest to see how TNC is protecting what’s left and reclaiming what’s been lost. (Virtual)
Exploring with The Legacy Club
Frequently asked questions about joining field trips
with The Legacy Club
Exploring with TNC means showing respect for each other, respect for the world around us and acting with integrity. Before signing up for a field trip, please review TNC’s Field Trip Participant Expectations.
Yes! We often receive cancellations—especially as we get closer to a field trip date—and will notify waitlisted members as soon as a spot may become available.
Legacy Club members are welcome to bring a guest with them on a field trip.
We continue to encourage all participants to be up to date on COVID-19 vaccines, but vaccination is not required to participate. Wearing a mask is at your discretion unless CDC guidance or local requirements change.
If you test positive for COVID-19 within five-days before your trip or experience COVID-19 symptoms within 48-hours prior to your trip, please notify Elaine Liles to cancel your reservation.
To comply with contact tracing and notification protocols, we ask participants to notify us if they receive a positive diagnosis for COVID-19 within 5 days after a field trip.
Information, including meeting location, itinerary, and what to bring, will be emailed to you using the email address you signed up with approximately one month prior to your field trip.
Contact Elaine Liles to cancel or update your reservation.
Most field trip fees are nonrefundable unless noted otherwise on the registration page for a specific field trip. The Nature Conservancy deeply appreciates your full support and special consideration to allow your generosity to continue to empower our mission.
No dogs or pets are allowed at these ecologically sensitive locations. Email Elaine Liles if you have a registered support dog you need to bring.
Guests are responsible for arranging their own travel to our meeting locations. At this time, we are not able to facilitate carpooling options.
Florida weather can be unpredictable. In instances of light rain, we will normally proceed as planned. For days when the temperatures dip, we suggest dressing in layers. If severe weather is in the forecast, we will notify guests of any altered plans. If we must cancel a trip for weather reasons, we will try to reschedule the date.
Nature Web Talks
Join fellow Legacy Club members and loyal supporters for an exclusive webinar series to explore conservation and partnerships in Alaska’s Bristol Bay and its coastal rainforest.
Exclusive for Legacy Club members - satisfy your wanderlust and explore some of the projects that you make possible first-hand by traveling with us on a Legacy Journey.
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