Hyatt Regency Hotel • Jacksonville, Florida

Welcome to the 2006 Public Land Acquisition and Management
Partnership Conference! This year's conference is hosted by
the St. Johns River Water Management District.


Each year, a non-profit organization is chosen by the program committee to be the recipient of silent auction proceeds. This year, Alachua Conservation Trust will be the beneficiary.

Alachua Conservation Trust (ACT) is one of Florida's most successful local land trusts, conserving environmental and historical sites in Alachua and surrounding counties since 1988. ACT has worked cooperatively with every state land buying agency, the Suwannee and St. Johns River Water Management Districts, and many local governments in conserving over 15,000 acres. ACT owns and manages approximately 1000 acres, holds conservation easements on another 1200 acres, and owns two historic homes from the 1800s. Ongoing projects include a major conservation easement in Putnam County, protecting the remaining lands along Prairie Creek and Hogtown Creek, and working with private landowners and developers to preserve significant natural areas in the course of development. .
Please contact Doreen DiCarlo to contribute auction items. 


Conference Program Committee
Alachua County
Florida Communities Trust
Florida Division of Forestry
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Florida Recreation and Park Association
Northwest Florida Water Management District
South Florida Water Management District
Southwest Florida Water Management District
St. Johns River Water Management District (chair)
Suwannee River Water Management District
The Nature Conservancy
Trust for Public Land

PLAM 2005 Conference

For more information contact: Doreen DiCarlo at CES
Phone: 561-799-8553 | Fax: 561-626-1404 | E-mail: