Alachua Conservation Trust

ACT protects the natural, historic, scenic and recreational resources in and around Alachua County, Florida

7204 SE County Road 234 :: Gainesville, Florida 32641 :: Phone 352.373.1078

By John Moran
By John Moran

ALACHUA CONSERVATION TRUST

Alachua Conservation Trust (ACT) is a local, non-profit land trust that works with landowners to protect our great places. Since its incorporation in 1988, ACT has facilitated approximately 14,000 acres of public land purchases and private conservation easements.

What's New

Spring 2015 Gazetteer- Now Available Online

Room to Roam Campaign, New Board Members 2014, and much more…

SPRING CALENDAR NOW AVAILABLE

ACT & partners have a full calendar of events planned for you this spring. Most events are free and open to the public so please come out and join us.

Thank you UFCC & Gator Nation

UFCC provides crucial support for ACT’s basic operations and programming.

LTA Accreditat​ion Renewal- Public Notice

Upcoming Events

VOLUNTEER DAY: Tree Planting

Saturday, March 21st
Starting at 9:00am
Prairie Creek Preserve
POSTPONED

Help us return Longleaf Pines to Prairie Creek Preserve!

POTANO PADDLE TRIP

Saturday, April 25th
8:30am-12:00pm
Prairie Creek (RSVP for more info)

Join ACT’s land manager, Mark Larson, for a paddle down the Potano Trail, space is limited & RSVP required.

BIRDING BY EAR: Walk led by Ivor Kincaide

Saturday, April 18th
7:30am-10:30pm
Prairie Creek Preserve

Walk focuses on identifying migrant birds and learning birdsong.