Nassau County Insider
July 16, 2021

Nomination Period: July 24, 2021 through December 31, 2021

The Nassau County Conservation Land Acquisition and Management (CLAM) program was created to preserve and conserve the county’s natural, historic, and working lands resources by identifying, ranking, and assessing conservation lands for acquisition and management.

The County shall accept nominations of properties for potential acquisition by the County through the CLAM Program from any person or organization, including the County, nonprofit organizations, and local, regional, state, or federal governmental entities. To nominate a property for potential acquisition, the nominator shall submit an application to the Nassau County Planning Department. Nominators may nominate an entire parcel for acquisition in fee simple or only a specific portion thereof or interest therein. In nominating properties, nominators should consider, at a minimum, the information contained in the Conservation Plan, the CLAM Resource Rankings Map, and the CLAM Manual.

Nominations must be received by the Nassau County Planning Department no later than 5:00 pm on Friday, December 31, 2021. Nominations received after the nomination period will not be considered. CLAM documents and nomination forms can be found at the following link or can be picked up and dropped off in person at the address listed below:

https://www.nassaucountyfl.com/933/Conservation-Land-Acquisition-Management

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Mark Tomes
Mark Tomes(@mtomes)
1 year ago

This announcement should be broadcast from the rooftops of every building in the county. We need as much land in conservation status as possible, before we lose it to more development, roads, traffic, loss of wildlife, etc.

Rich Polk
Rich Polk (@guest_61675)
1 year ago
Reply to  Mark Tomes

Amen

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

Amelia Tree Conservancy will RESUBMIT the lists we have submitted in the past.

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