Anne Kolb Nature Center

Associated Agency: 
Broward County Parks and Recreation Division

When the Anne Kolb Nature Center opened on February 10, 1996, it was the culmination of a lengthy process that involved many years of planning and development. Today, the nature center complex is a 1,500-acre coastal mangrove wetland that's home to a wide variety of plants and animals, including some threatened and endangered species. Fossil-fuel boats are not permitted in the open waters and on the paddling trails of West Lake. Trail maps are available at the visitor center. The nature center is part of the Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail.

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Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State Park

Associated Agency: 
Department of Environmental Protection/Florida State Parks

Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State park is located in Islamorada Florida. Our mission is to provide resource-based recreation while preserving, interpreting and restoring natural and cultural resources. Windley Key is open to the public Thursday- Monday and features nature trails and an educational center. Guided tours are offered from December to April on Friday, Saturday and Sundays at 10 am and 2 pm. Volunteer opportunities and other educational programs are offered throughout the year.

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West Lake Park

Associated Agency: 
Broward County Parks and Recreation

West Lake Park is situated in southeastern Broward County, occupying a three-mile strip of mangrove estuary and uplands immediately west of the Intracoastal Waterway within the cities of Hollywood and Dania Beach. West Lake has 47,800 feet of waterfront with an additional 20,600 feet of mangrove-fringed shoreline along the interior waterways. The ecological importance of the relationships between mangroves, our coastal waters, and the adjacent uplands cannot be overemphasized.

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The First Tee of The Palm Beaches

Associated Agency: 
Children’s Golf Foundation, Inc.

The First Tee of The Palm Beaches offers a golf program at 24 golf courses in Broward, Palm Beach, Martin and St. Lucie Counties. The program is expanding and offering angler instruction to the young people it works with.

YMCA Camp Immokalee

Associated Agency: 
First Coast YMCA

Since 1909, Camp Immokalee has been providing safe, fun, and high quality summer resident camp programs for youth in Florida and around the world. Immokalee campers learn to care for themselves, others, and the world around them while building life and activity skills through camp activities. Grit, gratitude and character are 21st-century skills every young person will need to succeed, and our camp activities are carefully designed to get kids out of their comfort zone and develop leadership skills while building community and having fun.

Constitution Park

Associated Agency: 
City of Deerfield Beach

Located in Deer Creek, offers over eight acres of beautifully landscaped rails and amenities. Constitution Park is home to our Arboretum (Tree Zoo) with over 325 exotic trees displayed along a one-half mile path, the "Zeke" Landis Nursery, and rain forest.

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Nathan Benderson Park

Located in Sarasota, FL, Nathan Benderson Park (NBP) is a unique 600-acre community park that includes North America's premier 2,000-meter sprint rowing course and a regatta center. One of a handful of sites in the United Stated identified as having all of the natural attributes that make up a world-class rowing and recreational facility, Nathan Benderson Park began hosting organized regatta competitions in 2009.

Crane Point Museum & Nature Center

Crane Point / Florida Keys Land and Sea Trust, Inc. The Trust is a 501(c)3 Non Profit whose Mission is to Promote Environmental Stewardship and the Heritage of the Florida Keys. Crane Point is a 64 Acre ecological and cultural Treasure in the heart of the Florida Keys with many nature trails that leads You to the Gulf of Mexico. The trails offer a view of the Keys in the Days of the Indian and Bahamian Settlers and preserves one of the last thatch palm hammocks containing rare and endangered species.

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Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast

Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast is a regional land trust that saves land forever, working to protect the character, natural integrity and biodiversity of the bays, beaches, barrier islands and their watersheds on Florida's Gulf Coast. We partner with landowners, donors, and local government to meet our four priorities: conserving habitat, protecting shoreline and water access, connecting lands, and providing recreational access.

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