The Conservation Trust for Florida is excited to announce that it has renewed its land trust accreditation. This distinction shows its committed to professional excellence and to maintaining the public’s trust in its conservation work.
“With this closing, CTF will have helped the Adams protect 5,443 acres of their ranch over the last three years. I can think of no other legacy that honors the life and work of Bud Adams better than this, and CTF is proud and grateful to be a part of that,” added Lisa Gearen, CTF’s president.”
The Conservation Trust for Florida worked with the Pelaez family in Okeechobee County to help place a conservation easement on their 1375-acre ranch. The easement allows the family keep their land in agricultural production and protects important habitat near the Everglades Headwaters.
The Conservation Trust for Florida announced today a second land conservation victory in Marion County. Thanks to today’s approval by Governor Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet, 465 acres in Ocala will be acquired with funding from the Florida Forever program.