Field Trips


Fields Trips

Free and open to the public.
Please call (407) 302-7616 for reservations.
(in case we need to change the schedule or location)


November 18, 2017 - Walk the Watershed – Trip Leader – Elizabeth Stephens
9am, Kewannee Park, 1505 Kewannee Trail, Casselberry 
We will “walk the watershed” by doing a brief walking tour of Seminole County’s Lake Jesup Stormwater project by Kewannee Park. Features will include Kewannee Lake, the Regional Stormwater Facility (RSF), and Cassel Creek, as well as the adjacent educational trail. Native shoreline plants have been installed to remove nutrients from the water before it enters the RSF, and volunteers have helped to remove invasive plants from the waterway.   Seminole County SERV Coordinator. Free. Reservations 407 302-7616.

December 9, 2017 – Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive – Trip Leader – Beth Jackson
9am. Meet at Magnolia Park, 2929 S. Binion Rd. Apopka.  We will caravan along the Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive, a one-way 11-mile drive beginning at Lust Road and ending on Jones Road.  We will stop along the way into “pull over” areas to observe and discuss what we see.  The former farmlands that make up the Lake Apopka North Shore includes marsh and floodplain restoration and the creation of a marsh flow-way that filters Lake Apopka’s waters by circulating lake water through restored wetlands, returning cleaner water to the lake. The wildlife drive is along a portion of the former farm fields. After our drive, we can return to picnic at Magnolia Park.  Free. Reservations.  407 302-7616.

January, 2018 – “Remove Invasive Plants Event”
Date and location to be determined.  Join in this community activity to make a difference in our natural lands.  Free.  407 302-7616.

February 17, 2018 - TBD

March 17, 2018 - TBD

April 14, 2018 - Christmas/Savage Creek - Trip Leader Beth Jackson

May 19, 2018 – Central Florida Zoo – Trip Leader – Erin Miceli
9am, 3755 NW Hwy 17-92, Sanford.  This guided walking tour will focus on Florida native plants in the stops at destination gardens and themed plantings. The destination gardens include the Butterfly Garden, the Health & Wellness Garden, The Channel 13 children’s garden, The Wildflower Garden, The Browse Garden, and The Spiny Garden.  Free.  Reservations. 407 302-7616.

June 16, 2018 - TBD


Published on  15.11.2017