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Date Description  
November 7, 2019
6:00 pm

Land Water Wildlife

Annual Benefit Rock City Gardens
Thursday November 7th will be an exciting evening as the Land Trust celebrates Our Lagoon: Cocktails and Hors d'oeuvres 6:00pm followed by Buffet Dinner, Dancing, Dessert & S'mores by the Fire.
November 9, 2019
7:00 AM

Bird Watching

Birding
Amateurs and experienced birders are invited to grab a cup of coffee and head to the Land Trust's conservation land for a morning walk. A knowledgeable birder will lead the group on an outing to survey the species located on the 111 acre protected area. The walk will take birders on a 1.5 mile path around mangrove forest, by ponds, and past the Lagoon and is approximately 1 1/2 hours.

Location:
Bee Gum Point - Fred Tuerk Drive
December 14, 2019
7:00 AM

Bird Watching

Birding
Amateurs and experienced birders are invited to grab a cup of coffee and head to the Land Trust's conservation land for a morning walk. A knowledgeable birder will lead the group on an outing to survey the species located on the 111 acre protected area. The walk will take birders on a 1.5 mile path around mangrove forest, by ponds, and past the Lagoon and is approximately 1 1/2 hours.

Location:
Bee Gum Point - Fred Tuerk Drive
January 11, 2020
7:00 AM

Bird Watching

Birding
Amateurs and experienced birders are invited to grab a cup of coffee and head to the Land Trust's conservation land for a morning walk. A knowledgeable birder will lead the group on an outing to survey the species located on the 111 acre protected area. The walk will take birders on a 1.5 mile path around mangrove forest, by ponds, and past the Lagoon and is approximately 1 1/2 hours.

Location:
Bee Gum Point - Fred Tuerk Drive
January 14, 2020
9:00 am

Lagoon Greenway

Conservation Tour
This exciting property boasts an ecologically diverse three-mile trail system for hiking, jogging or bike riding. The Lagoon Greenway is an example of a public/private cooperative developed by the Land Trust, working with Indian River County Commissioners, The Mosquito Control District and F.I.N.D. (Florida Inland Navigation District).

Location:
Lagoon Greenway - NE Intersection of Indian River Blvd & 8th Street
January 15, 2020
9:00 am

Bee Gum Point

Conservation Tour
Situated on the Atlantic Flyway, this 111-acre property is part of an important block of conservation lands acquired by the Land Trust along the Indian River Lagoon in 2011. It was one of the last unprotected wetlands on the barrier island and includes a mile of Lagoon shoreline. There is no need to register, tours begin at 9:00 Please check our website prior to the event for weather cancellations.

Location:
Bee Gum Point - Fred Tuerk Drive
January 21, 2020
9:00 AM

Toni Robinson Waterfront Trail

Conservation Tour
This 50-acre block of conservation lands is situated on the west side of the Lagoon a mile south of the Wabasso Causeway. It contains oak trees, scrub forest, mangroves, and beautiful views of the Indian River Lagoon. Tour begins at 9:00 AM and are approximately 1 1/2 hours. There is no need to RSVP. Please check our website for weather cancellations prior to the event.

Location:
Toni Robinson Waterfront Trail: 79th Street, east off U.S. Highway 1
February 8, 2020
7:00 AM

Bird Watching

Birding
Amateurs and experienced birders are invited to grab a cup of coffee and head to the Land Trust's conservation land for a morning walk. A knowledgeable birder will lead the group on an outing to survey the species located on the 111 acre protected area. The walk will take birders on a 1.5 mile path around mangrove forest, by ponds, and past the Lagoon and is approximately 1 1/2 hours.

Location:
Bee Gum Point - Fred Tuerk Drive
February 11, 2020
9:00 am

Lagoon Greenway

Conservation Tour
This exciting property boasts an ecologically diverse three-mile trail system for hiking, jogging or bike riding. The Lagoon Greenway is an example of a public/private cooperative developed by the Land Trust, working with Indian River County Commissioners, The Mosquito Control District and F.I.N.D. (Florida Inland Navigation District).

Location:
Lagoon Greenway - NE Intersection of Indian River Blvd & 8th Street
February 12, 2020
10:00am - 5:00pm

J. McLaughlin supports the Land Trust

Sip n' Shop
Shop all day at J. McLaughlin - - enjoy lovely snacks and support the Land Trust's Ladies of the Lagoon. Personal shopping experiences available in the morning by appointment.

Location:
J. McLaughlin @ the Village Shops
February 18, 2020
1:00 PM

Toni Robinson Waterfront Trail

Conservation Tour
This 50-acre block of conservation lands is situated on the west side of the Lagoon a mile south of the Wabasso Causeway. It contains oak trees, scrub forest, mangroves, and beautiful views of the Indian River Lagoon. Tours begins at 9:00 AM and are approximately 1 1/2 hours. There is no need to RSVP. Please check our website for weather cancellations prior to the event.

Location:
Toni Robinson Waterfront Trail: 79th Street, east off U.S. Highway 1
February 19, 2020
9:00 am

Bee Gum Point

Conservation Tour
Situated on the Atlantic Flyway, this 111-acre property is part of an important block of conservation lands acquired by the Land Trust along the Indian River Lagoon in 2011. It was one of the last unprotected wetlands on the barrier island and includes a mile of Lagoon shoreline. There is no need to register, tours begin at 9:00 and are approximately 1 1/2 hours on a 1.5 mile trail. Please check our website for weather cancellations in advance.

Location:
Bee Gum Point - Fred Tuerk Drive
February 22, 2020
7:30 AM

Land Trust Fifth Annual Trail Run on the Greenway

Gator Gallop: Trail Run
Click to REGISTER

Location:
Lagoon Greenway - NE Intersection of Indian River Blvd & 8th Street
March 10, 2020
9:00 am

Lagoon Greenway

Conservation Tour
This exciting property boasts an ecologically diverse three-mile trail system for hiking, jogging or bike riding. The Lagoon Greenway is an example of a public/private cooperative developed by the Land Trust, working with Indian River County Commissioners, The Mosquito Control District and F.I.N.D. (Florida Inland Navigation District).

Location:
Lagoon Greenway - NE Intersection of Indian River Blvd & 8th Street
March 14, 2020
7:00 AM

Bird Watching

Birding
Amateurs and experienced birders are invited to grab a cup of coffee and head to the Land Trust's conservation land for a morning walk. A knowledgeable birder will lead the group on an outing to survey the species located on the 111 acre protected area. The walk will take birders on a 1.5 mile path around mangrove forest, by ponds, and past the Lagoon. The tour is approximately 1 1/2 hours.

Location:
Bee Gum Point - Fred Tuerk Drive
March 18, 2020
9:00 AM

Bee Gum Point

Conservation Tour
Situated on the Atlantic Flyway, this 111-acre property is part of an important block of conservation lands acquired by the Land Trust along the Indian River Lagoon in 2011. It was one of the last unprotected wetlands on the barrier island and includes a mile of Lagoon shoreline. There is no need to register, tours begin at 9:00 and last aproximately 1 1/2 hours. Please check our website prior to the event for weather cancellations.

Location:
Bee Gum Point - Fred Tuerk Drive
April 11, 2020
7:00 AM

Bird Watching

Birding
Amateurs and experienced birders are invited to grab a cup of coffee and head to the Land Trust's conservation land for a morning walk. A knowledgeable birder will lead the group on an outing to survey the species located on the 111 acre protected area. The walk will take birders on a 1.5 mile path around mangrove forest, by ponds, and past the Lagoon and is approximately 1 1/2 hours.

Location:
Bee Gum Point - Fred Tuerk Drive
May 9, 2020
7:00 AM

Bird Watching

Birding
Amateurs and experienced birders are invited to grab a cup of coffee and head to the Land Trust's conservation land for a morning walk. A knowledgeable birder will lead the group on an outing to survey the species located on the 111 acre protected area. The walk will take birders on a 1.5 mile path around mangrove forest, by ponds, and past the Lagoon and is approximately 1 1/2 hours.

Location:
Bee Gum Point - Fred Tuerk Drive
Note: Regarding Walking Tours: The Land Trust's popular conservation tours are free to the public, some tours are limited to 30 participants. Participants should wear comfortable shoes and clothes for walking. There are always great opportunities for using a camera and binoculars.