Tree Hill staff are always willing to provide reporters with information about nature, science and conservation in Jacksonville.
Please direct press inquiries to Mark Mummaw.
Phone: (904) 724-4646
MISSION: Tree Hill promotes environmental stewardship to the community through interactive educational programs and low-cost access to natural spaces.
VISION: Tree Hill strives to become the leading resource in Jacksonville for environmental and sustainability education. We work to instill in all citizens in the Northeast Florida area a personal sense of stewardship for the environment through our one-of-a-kind contact with natural Florida habitats and our unique hands-on educational programs.
HISTORY: This urban wilderness became public property in 1971 after local residents and community activists worked together in an effort to save this beautiful area from development. Now, more than four decades later, Tree Hill has expanded its original mission to include nature and energy conservation education and sustainable living practices. Tree Hill provides the best in hands-on learning to more than 30,000 visitors each year.
LOCATION: Tree Hill is located in the heart of Arlington in Jacksonville, FL, 5 minutes from downtown, 10 minutes from the Southside and 20 minutes from the Beaches and the Westside.
FEATURES: Tree Hill is home to more than 50 acres of pristine wildlife habitat, 1.2 miles of walking trails, a Natural History Museum, the Joseph A. Strasser Amphitheater, a butterfly house, hummingbird and butterfly gardens, and a diversity of wild and exhibit animals. We are open to the public.
PROGRAMS: At Tree Hill, students have the opportunity to attend field study classes on forest ecology surrounded by our unique combination of three ecosystems. Teacher workshops and adult training are provided on and off-site on a variety of topic.
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