Conservation Lands Program
Statement of Function
The primary purpose and objective of the Indian River County Conservation Lands Program is to protect, restore and sustain endangered ecosystems and associated rare and endangered species in Indian River County. Secondary objectives of the program include passive public recreation, preservation of open space, groundwater quality protection, flood protection, protection of historic and cultural resources, and general preservation of "quality of life." The Conservation Lands Program is managed by the Conservation Lands Manager through the Parks Division and supervised by the Parks Superintendent. The Conservation Lands Manager and Parks Superintendent also work closely with the Community Development Department.
Register for one or all of the webinar series
Register for one or all of the webinar series - Beyond safety and into 2021 with a new and improved trail app to keep you hiking the beautiful Indian River County Conservation Lands is on its way! Learn all about the ins and outs of hiking safety plus an interactive way to visit all of the County's trails and conservation areas through the Outerspatial app. Paige Lester, GIS Analyst with Indian River County will help you navigate the GIS world and tools we use to help you find your way on our Conservation Lands! Register now or email Conservation@ircgov.com for the zoom link.