The Big Bend Environmental Forum is an alliance of organizations which have come together to conserve the
region's environmental qualities through education, advocacy, research and, networking among its members.
The following are the primary goals of the Big Bend Environmental Forum:
To identify threats and opportunities to protect and/or enhance the natural resources of the Big Bend Region.
To explore potential courses of action to resolve the region's most pressing environmental problems and needs
through networking among the Big Bend Environmental Forum members and facilitating public input, dialogue, and debate
through public forums and workshops.
To conduct research concerning environmental threats and opportunities so members and the public can make informed
choices about alternative courses of action to be taken to protect and/or enhance the natural resources of the Big Bend
To seek consensus on and to advocate for appropriate courses of action.
constitute the Big Bend Region for purposes of the Big Bend Environmental Forum.
1000 Friends of Florida
Apalachee Audubon Society
Apalachee Land Conservancy
Florida Trail Association Apalachee Chapter
Friends of Wakulla Springs State Park
League of Women Voters of Tallahassee
Native Plant Society
Tall Timbers Research Station and Land Conservancy
Tallahassee Trust for Historic Preservation
Trust for Public Land
Unitarian Universalist Church of Tallahassee, Green Sanctuary Committee
Photo Credits left to right: Wade tract wire grass - Ronald Masters, Ph.D.; Wacissa cypress and Wacissa morning - Joe Davis,
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission; Long leaf pine - Ronald Masters, Ph.D.