2,172-acre Sampala Lake landscape now protected

2,172 acres are now permanently protected thanks to funding from the Rural and Family Lands Protection Program with help from Conservation Florida. The Sampala Lake land conservation project encompasses Sampala Lake (a 115-acre, spring-fed lake that forms the headwaters of the Econfina River) and provides aquifer recharge benefits, supports agriculture, and extends wildlife corridors. Photo credit: Randy Batista

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As Conservation Florida grows to meet the opportunities and challenges ahead, we remain an accredited land trust committed to long-term stability, sound finances, ethical conduct, responsible governance, and lasting stewardship.

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