The Florida Ranches Calendar captures a unique look at generations of environmental stewardship and is used as a tool to tell the story of Florida’s ranches and the critical role they play in honoring and preserving Florida’s agricultural heritage.
The Corridor is composed of hundreds of parcels of protected land, from Flagler County’s 30 acre Bull Creek Campground, to the 1.5 million acre Everglades National Park. The 10.1 million acres of Existing Conservation Area illustrated in light green in the map above includes working lands protected with conservation easements. The dark green extent highlights the roughly 7.8 million acres of unprotected lands that remain. These Corridor Opportunity Areas are high priority lands that connect and support the wild legacy of our parks, preserves, refuges.