Oftentimes it’s these personal connections that make these natural places special to us as individuals and it’s only through time and experience that we realize the significance is more than it seems.
Walk the seasonally wet trails of CREW for an education in watersheds! Join our education coordinator, Julie Motkowicz on any of the four upcoming Wet Walks – each at a different trail location.
Are you interested in history? Do you wonder who lived & used the CREW lands as you hike the trails? Read this!!
The ongoing long-term success of the CREW project is a result of many hands-on deck, especially from people like you. The support you give through membership and donations secures the future of this project and others for generations to come.
Restoration of the Wetlands at Flint Pen Strand: hydrologic restoration story.
There is a lot that goes into photo-monitoring. The most important component involves taking photos of the vegetation and canopy in the exact same spot at specific time intervals facing the four cardinal directions. These photos serve as a representative snapshot of time
Aside from their contribution to our vital water supply, trees in the CREW Project also provide a myriad of less visible services that enrich and improve our environment.
The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD)
For the 50th anniversary of Earth Day remember the phrase: think globally, act locally.
It’s SUMMMMMMERRRRR! For us, it’s a much needed break from our season schedule. We’re off scouting new trails, leading a few field …