Reducing pollution, ensuring a greater biodiversity, helping in mitigating climate change, improving quality of life, reducing run-off waters, these are a few of many benefits preserving islands of green spaces in the middle of cities procures.
Though our original mission was to save and protect Gopher Tortoises, Hundred Acre Hollows has quickly grown beyond that scope.
Nested at the heart of four neighborhoods (Springs of Suntree, Devon’s Glen, Mandarin Lakes, and Capron Ridge) with hundreds of houses and thousands of people, Hundred Acre Hollows has become a green hub, a place for wildlife to thrive and for humans to connect with nature, a place where people join efforts to restore a damaged habitat, to learn the differences between invasive and native vegetation, to plant trees and take care of gardens for pollinators, and to share their passion about birds and butterflies.
Thanks to dozens of volunteers engaged in protecting, restoring and educating the public, Hundred Acre Hollows supports the UN Decade on Restoration.
Learn more about the UN Decade on Restoration and the 17 Sustainability Development goals.
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