Nike Missile Site Volunteers Needed

Call For Volunteers Calling all Cold War and military history enthusiasts! Everglades needs your help to tell the stories of one of the best-preserved Nike Hercules Missile Bases remaining in the United States. Built by the US Army Corps of Engineers at the height of the Cold War the HM-69 Nike Missile Base is now

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Giving Back: Nature Photography from a Canoe

February 2017 – Here’s a great way to treat yourself, a friend or family member to some fine art nature photography AND support South Florida’s national parks. Buy a fine art print – framed or canvas – from South Florida photographer Constance Mier (Photography from a Canoe) and Constance will donate 20% of the purchase price

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Donor Spotlight: Clyde Butcher & family support SWAMP programs for kids in Big Cypress

November 2016 – Acclaimed South Florida photographer Clyde Butcher and his family are supporting outdoor science education programs in the Big Cypress National Preserve this year with a donation of $6,500 to South Florida National Parks Trust. The donation represents the proceeds from this year’s Halloween swamp walks behind the family’s Big Cypress Gallery on

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Everglades National Park Wins Historic Preservation Grant in “Vote Your Park” Campaign

July 6, 2016 – Everglades National Park and the South Florida National Parks Trust (SFNPT) have won a $250,000 historic preservation grant to restore the park’s iconic Flamingo Visitor Center after a six-week national voting campaign, the SFNPT announced today. The Partners in Preservation grant awarded by American Express and the National Trust for Historic

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