Nassau for Nature
Press Release
Submitted by Ashley Beasley
October 4, 2020

Nassau For Nature

Do you love nature and wildlife? Are you worried about over development and losing the small rural atmosphere that has always made Nassau County special? Do you wish Nassau County would do more to protect the unique ecosystems here and animals that depend on them? Come join me to talk about ways we can help preserve the beautiful county we love.

Values of Nature
Ashley Beasley
Wildlife Conservationist

As development continues to spread, it’s more important than ever we take a stance to protect the Earth. Having a strong land ethic and making a commitment to environmental stewardship is essential. Whether you connect with nature through her beauty, enjoy outdoor recreation, or simply appreciate her for the natural resources she provides, we all depend on a healthy planet. Come join me as we discuss the Values of Nature.

October 20, 2020
6:30 – 7:30 pm

Kraft Athletic Club
961023 Buccaneer Trail
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034

Please bring a mask and practice social distancing.

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Lyn Pannone
Lyn Pannone(@lyn-pannone)
1 year ago

How is this different from the other conservation groups? Seems duplicative.

Jo-Ann Leimberg
Jo-Ann Leimberg (@guest_59129)
1 year ago

We have Wild Amelia, Amelia Tree Conservancy, the turtle group, (I apologize for not remembering the official name) and others that aim to educate and protect the natural resources we have here on Amelia. It seems wasteful that we need yet another group. If anything we need to consolidate our efforts not dissipate them further. Can your goals be incorporated within already existing organizations?

Lyn Pannone
Lyn Pannone(@lyn-pannone)
1 year ago

You did not provide any contact information so I am sending you a link to the North Florida Land Trust webinar on the Amelia Forever land conservation initiative. The webinar is Oct 20 at 11:30.

Did you participate in the joint session between NFLT and the county on land conservation? The video of the meeting is available on line. The acronym for the program is CLAM, Conservation Land Management program.

Lyn Pannone

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