Wild Florida 5k
Heat. Sunburns. Chiggers. Horse Flies. Mosquitos. Humidity. Swamps. Alligators. Lightning. Pollen. Poison Ivy. Fire Ants. Mud. Stinging Nettle.
Wild Florida can put the UGH in TOUGH...but we love it!
So join Conservation Florida's Wild Florida 5k, embrace the UGH, and support Conservation Florida and our work to protect Florida's wild places!
WAYS TO PARTICIPATE:
VIRTUALLY: CHOOSE WHERE, WHEN, AND HOW YOU 5K FOR WILD FLORIDA!
Support land conservation your way from anywhere during the entire month of October! Whether you run, walk, hike, bike, or paddle, you’ll be saving land for wildlife and creating a healthier future for Florida! You choose the day, time, and location you want to 5k for wild Florida!
IN-PERSON HIKE/TRAIL RUN AT D RANCH PRESERVE:
Join Conservation Florida for a one-of-a-kind way to complete your 5k! Spend your morning hiking the 5k with our team on D Ranch Preserve. You'll get a first look at the wildly beautiful 476-acre preserve before it is opened to the public. After the 5k, meet our team and join us for food & drinks available from local food trucks!
D Ranch Preserve:
2655 Reed Ellis Road
Osteen, FL 32764
Sign up and get your Wild Florida Tough t-shirt! Rep your swag while completing your 5k and tag us to be featured!
Spread the word: share how you 5k for Wild Florida on social media. Tag us @conservationflorida and show us how you chose to get outside. Take pictures of any wildlife you encountered and any gorgeous views. Use hashtags #WildFlorida5k or #WildFloridaTough to be featured!
MAKE AN EVEN BIGGER IMPACT:
Create or join an existing team - participate with your friends, family, or coworkers
Fundraise for wild Florida - invite your friends to donate in support of you or your team
Support our conservation work - consider making an additional donation or let us know of conservation opportunities in your local community
All proceeds benefit Conservation Florida. Conservation Florida is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit land trust with a mission to save Florida’s natural and agricultural landscapes for future generations. Our conservation projects support Florida’s native plants and wildlife, fresh water, conservation corridors, family farms and ranches, the economy and nature-based recreation.