Non-profit partners in pine rockland conservation
For over 60 years, The Bahamas National Trust has managed the national park system of The Bahamas. There are currently 32 national parks under management with more than 2 million acres of marine and terrestrial areas protected. The BNT works daily to conserve and protect the natural resources of The Bahamas through award-winning educational and outreach programs, scientific research, and stewardship. Make a donation towards their conservation efforts at this link.
Fairchild Garden's Connect to Protect Network is an outreach and citizen science program that enlists South Florida residents to install pine rockland plants in their yard to increase habitat for native wildlife. Donate online at this link, be sure to stipulate in the Comments field that the donation is restricted to the Connect to Protect Program, and let CTPN staff know if you made a donation: Email ConnectToProtect@fairchildgarden.org.
IRC's Pine Rockland Initiative was founded in 2005 with an emphasis on providing support to private owners of pine rocklands. Over the years it has grown and evolved to become a multi-faceted program with many funders and collaborators. The goal of the program is to restore and manage pine rockland fragments on public and private lands throughout the range of pine rocklands, including providing the thought leadership needed to move beyond "business as usual" and save this unique part of our natural heritage. To donate, click here.