The Conservation Land Acquisition and Management (CLAM) Program

Amelia Tree Conservancy, the Comp Plan/LDC Working Group and Amelia Forever are hosting an information session on the CLAM Program on Oct. 8, 3:00-4:00 at Story & Song.

The Conservation Land Acquisition and Management (CLAM) Program is a County effort to protect Nassau County waters and water quality, reduce flooding, conserve wildlife habitat and retain outdoor recreation resources in partnership with North Florida Land Trust.

Our featured speaker on the program will be Holly Coyle, Economic Resources Coordinator, Office of Strategic Advancement and Economic Resources, and staff liaison to the CLAM Committee.

The CLAM Program is focusing on land conservation throughout the County (including Fernandina Beach). Margaret Kirkland will also address questions related to the November referendum.

The Conservation Land Acquisition and Management (CLAM) Program

 

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Lyn Pannone
Lyn Pannone(@lyn-pannone)
2 months ago

The referendum in November is an opportunity for residents to invest in Land Conservation at very little cost per household. Please vote YES for the bond.

Lucy Peistrup
Lucy Peistrup(@lucyp74)
2 months ago
Reply to  Lyn Pannone

I plan on voting YES! Will the information at this meeting be shared anywhere? How to overcome the Bert Harris Law? How to change the laws that dictate that the SJRWMD use the 20 yr flood plain instead of the 100 yr flood plain to issue permits? Thanks!

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