Where We Work

We work statewide with a focus on conservation areas and the corridors that connect them. 

Consideration is given to projects that fall outside focus areas as opportunities arise. 

 
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Florida ecological greenways network: critical linkages

For more than a decade, the work of the Conservation Trust for Florida has been guided by the Florida Ecological Greenways Network, a plan adopted by most conservation partners to ensure wildlife survival and watershed protection. You can download a printable version of the Critical Linkages map (pdf 550k)

We are working across the state. In the panhandle, our work is focused on conserving longleaf pine landscapes. In the North-Central Florida Forests landscape we work to preserve forest ecosystems, springsheds, and wildlife corridors for wide-ranging species like the Florida black bear. And in the Everglades Headwaters National Wildlife Refuge, rare native Florida dry prairie and rangelands are top priorities. These habitats are threatened by encroaching development, conversion to more intensive agricultural uses, and succession of landowners.