CREW Trust Programs

The CREW Land & Water Trust offers a wide range of outdoor education programs to choose from. Registration is required for all programs. Members only registration begins October 1st. Preview of our Season of Events coming soon in September!

Pop-up Programs

Check back often for these timely programs – subjects included everything from wildfire to wet walks! Registration is required.

Guided Walks

Join our CREW Trust volunteers on an interpretive walk at each of our four trail systems. Registration is required.

1st Tuesdays (Nov-Apr) at CREW Marsh trails

3rd Tuesdays (Nov-Apr) at CREW Cypress Dome trails

Wednesdays (Nov-Apr) at CREW Bird Rookery Swamp trail

Thursdays (Nov-Apr) at CREW Flint Pen Strand trails

WeekDAY Hike the Loop (Dec-Apr) at CREW Bird Rookery Swamp trail

Weekend Trips

1st Saturdays (Jan-Mar) Bike the Loop at CREW Bird Rookery Swamp

3rd Sundays (Nov-Apr) WeekEND Hike the Loop at CREW Bird Rookery Swamp trail

Strolling Science Seminars

Our scholarly walks for ages 18 and older are always a hit and sell-out quickly!

Coming soon – a full preview of 2022s Season of Events!

CREW Staff

Specialty Programs

Annual favorites like wildflower, geocaching and birding walks with new topics coming to 2022!


October 28: CREW Stanley Hole Golf Tournament

Members Only Events

Full Moon Hikes

3 Replies to “CREW Trust Programs”

  1. Hello,
    My name is Sheryl Terepka and I am an adjunct professor at FGCU.
    I am teaching two courses of the Colloquium this summer. It is often challenging for the students to complete a meaningful service project during the 6-week summer sessions. I am contacting you to ask if you have information about opportunities that I can share with my college students. I have not taught since 2020, so am trying to update my information.
    They will be involved in this course beginning June 20th and should have their project completed by August 6th.
    If you know of any summer projects or need you will have, I will be glad to share the details and contact information with my students.
    Thanks for your time and consideration,
    Sheryl Terepka, Colloquium Adjunct
    239 560 6469

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