North Florida Land Trust, Inc.

North Florida Land Trust is a local land conservation organization focused on protecting ecologically, agriculturally, and historically significant lands. We have a core focus area in Northeast Florida, focusing on Nassau, Baker, Duval, Clay, St. Johns, Putnam and Flagler Counties, and work on an as-needed based elsewhere in North Florida. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization; contributions from our donors may be tax deductible.

The North Florida Land Trust

How We Work

North Florida Land Trust achieves its mission primarily through the acquisition of conservation real estate. We hope for donations and pursue some properties for purchase, dependent on resources. Not solely interested in fee-acquisition of land, we also deal with "less-than-fee" acquisitions of conservation easements. With a conservation easement, the property is still privately owned by the landowner, but is restricted in the property's development, an agreement held up by the land trust. Land acquired must be maintained, so the North Florida Land Trust also manages for habitat and wildlife, as well as seeks to restore degraded habitat areas. 

 

As a private not-for-profit we survive on the giving of the community, both in cash donations and volunteering. Your contributions are an important piece in the achievement of our mission.

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