Council frequently assists local governments, state agencies and federal agencies in identifying and evaluating Natural Resources of Regional Significance. Staff often participates by conducting surveys for endangered and threatened species on public and private properties. Council also helps to design preserve areas and develop management plans for protection of natural upland and wetland ecosystems on sites to be developed, participates in workshops to identify regionally significant natural resources, and attends field trips to assist in evaluating the quality and importance of natural communities on properties being considered for public purchase.
In addition, Council continues to provide assistance to local governments in developing and revising policies to enhance the protection of natural resources.
South Florida Water Management District
St. Johns River Water Management District
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Florida Department of Environmental Protection Watershed Education Website
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force
Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan
Florida Communities Trust
For more information, contact:
Stephanie Heidt, AICP
Economic Development and Intergovernmental Programs Director
Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council
421 SW Camden Avenue, Stuart, Florida 34994