As the official philanthropic partner for Everglades, Dry Tortugas and Biscayne National Parks, as well as Big Cypress National Preserve, The Alliance for Florida's National Parks works relentlessly to ensure that our state's greatest natural ecosystems are preserved and protected for generations to come.
We are a vibrant nonprofit established almost 20 years ago that is committed to keeping Florida's four national parks natural and wild, providing visitors with an authentic and elevated exploration experience.
We strive to instill in all people an appreciation of Florida's public lands and natural resources for what they are – the key to the sustainability and prosperity of the state - by enriching the park experience and connecting diverse communities to the nature that abounds in their backyards.
Since 2002, we have created and supported a variety of diverse programs and events that have connected children and adults alike to more meaningful experiences and educational opportunities within each of Florida's four national parks, laying the foundation of lifelong stewardship.
From the tops of the cypress domes to the depths of the bay, explore the Everglades, Dry Tortugas, Biscayne and Big Cypress - and why the work we do within these four parks is beyond important, it's imperative.
If you visit Dry Tortugas National Park anytime between mid-June and mid-July, you may spot something that seems a little out of place: a lone ladder sticking out of the shallows of the harbor surrounded by Garden, Bush, and Long Keys. But this isn’t a piece of debris that’s washed up from the depths of...
But What Happens with the Snakes During the Other 355 Days a Year? There’s only one competition that the Burmese python cares about: being the next sovereign of the swamp. But The Alliance is here to help end its reign. Governor DeSantis recently announced that the Florida Python Challenge would now be held annually –...