Volunteer with NFLT

Our volunteers are infinitely valuable to us and serve in a wide variety of ways. Our most common needs include trail maintenance, clean-ups, assistance with outreach events and office tasks.

If you are interested in volunteering with us or have a group interested in completing a service project, please let us know by filling out the form below.

 

Apply to Volunteer

Join Team Terrapin!

The diamondback terrapin is the only species of turtle in North America that lives in brackish water environments, like saltmarsh. Diamondback terrapins depend heavily on the saltmarsh habitats and sandy beaches of Northeast Florida in order to feed and lay eggs. Unfortunately, these areas are rapidly lost to human development. Terrapins also frequently get stuck in crab traps and are unable to escape. These, among other threats, make continued monitoring and protection of these turtles crucial to their survival.

We are looking for dedicated team members who will help to monitor diamondback terrapin nesting sites on and near Big Talbot Island from April to October. This ongoing monitoring is crucial to the continued protection of this species in our region. No experience is required – only enthusiasm!

 

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Donate

North Florida Land Trust relies on public donations to protect and preserve areas of land within our communities. Without sufficient funding, our operations would become extremely limited or possibly even cease to exist.

To continue our mission, we’re calling on you for help! With your generous donation, we can fulfill our commitment to preserve our natural resources, lands and historic places, while continuing to expand our reach even further.

 

Donate

Preserve Your Land

NFLT has interests in a variety of lands across North Florida, from farm and forest land, to natural areas, and historic properties. We have a number of great campaigns as well, from the Ocala-to-Osceola Wildlife Corridor, the Preservation Portfolio, and working with communities like Fernandina Beach and St. Augustine. We encourage you find out more about our campaigns here. There are a variety of ways to preserve your land, from outright sales or gifts of land for parks and preserve, to conservation easements, which allow landowners to continue to own, recreate and farm or forest their land, while ensuring that it cannot be developed. For those landowners who might be interested in preserving their land there can be significant financial and tax benefits in doing so, including cash purchases of their land or easement, as well as income, property and estate tax benefits. For those landowners who would like to find out more, please contact one of our Land Protection staff

Marc Hudson, Land Protection Director – mhudson@nflt.org

Rebecca Perry, Associate Director of Land Protection – rperry@nflt.org

Susan Carr, Program Manager – scarr@nflt.org

 

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