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National Public Lands Day

  • Saturday, September 24, 2022
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Cherokee Sink

Volunteers Are Needed!

Saturday Sept 24 National Public Lands Day 

National Public Lands Day (NPLD) is the largest single day volunteer event to give back to our public lands.  At Wakulla Springs, volunteers will be continuing restoration efforts in the Cherokee Sink area.  They will be working to brush in user-created trails to the sink and installing fencing to keep visitors on the established trial encircling the sink. 


Please consider joining your Friends and other volunteers in support of this important service project.  At least 12 volunteers are needed for this project.  Volunteers will be working from 9a-12p.  They should wear long pants and closed-toed shoes.  They are encouraged to bring their refillable water bottles. 


Following the service project, participants are welcome to recreate in the park.  They can go for a swim in the refreshingly cool spring waters or take a hike into the beautiful forest that surrounds the spring. Lunch will be their own and available for sale in the Lodge.

Please register for this event by contacting Jackie Turner:

To register, participants should contact Jackie Turner by phone (850.561.7281) or email (Jackie.M.Turner@dep.state.fl.us). 

She looks forward to hearing from you. 


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Phone: (850) 561–7286 • Email: friends@wakullasprings.org

 A 501(c)3 organization  whose mission is to conserve, protect, restore and enhance the natural, historical, cultural and recreational resources of Wakulla Springs State Park for present and future generations.

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