Hundred Acre Hollows, Inc.
What can you possibly do with 114-acres of abandoned waste-water retention ponds surrounded by some of the most attractive residential real estate in Brevard County? Turn it into an environmental education center and green space for everyone to enjoy! Sounds crazy? It is, but it’s exactly what we are doing! Hundred Acre Hollows, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) grassroots organization that is working to enhance the lives of others by creating public accessible green space and creating an educational experience where people can learn about sustainability of our unique Florida environment.
HUNDRED ACRE HOLLOWS, INC IS DULY REGISTERED WITH THE STATE OF FLORIDA AS REQUIRED BY ITS SOLICITATION OF CONTRIBUTIONS ACT. OUR REGISTRATION NUMBER IS CH52596. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800-435-7352) WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.
Hundred Acre Hollows
The entrance to Hundred Acre Hollows is a trail at the end of a vacant, grassy lot on Rock Springs Dr. in Melbourne, FL. If the lot had a house, the address would be 1170 Rock Springs Road. This is the physical location of the property, but if you need to contact us please use our mailing address 1170 Ida Way, Melbourne, FL 32940.
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Meet The Inhabitants of Hundred Acre Hollows
Sunset in the Hollows Hundred Acre Hollows will be open for an evening walk on the first and third Sundays in July: July 2nd and July 16th. Wear sneakers and bug spray and don’t forget a bottle of water. Bring a...read more
The Space Coast Eco Geeks deserve special thanks. They are four Brevard County biology teachers from West Shore, Edgewood, Bayside, and Cocoa High schools who have offered invaluable assistance to this project by studying and photographing the gopher tortoises and other wildlife on-site as part of their Eco Classroom project.read more
The Viera Voice reported on our April 9th Open House. Check out the full article on their Website VieraVoice.com. Thanks for the great article!read more
This morning, the Space Coast Science Education Alliance (SCSEA) met for the monthly meeting at the Springs of Suntree clubhouse. Afterwards, people were invited to go see Hundred Acre Hollows.read more
We are a grassroots organization that survives on your generosity. Partner with us as we strive to enhance the lives of others by creating public accessible green space and creating educational experiences where people can learn about sustainability of our unique Florida environment.