Park Place in Cedar Key

 

Florida Green LodgingThe Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Green Lodging initiative is a voluntary program that designates and recognizes lodging facilities that make a commitment to conserve and protect Florida's natural resources. 
READ MORE

National Wildlife FederationIn 2006, Park Place was certified as a "Wildlife Habitat", number 88664, by the National Wildlife Federation. 
READ MORE

Audubon Center for Birds of PreyThrough the efforts of the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey, about 650 injured birds are taken in each year. 

READ MORE

Florida Nature Coast ConservancyFlorida's Nature Coast Conservancy

Located in Cedar Key, Florida, the FNCC is an IRS 501C3 designated land trust.  READ MORE

 


ECO-PARTNERSHIPS

Our island city is dependent on the environment, as we all are, for our existence and livelihood. Not only is the tourism industry here in Cedar Key eco-tourist based, but there are also the thriving fishing industries for oysters, crabs, fish and clams. 

Cedar Key is America's number one producer of farm raised clams! 
Click here to learn more about aquaculture. 

To strike some balance, we try to repay and protect this environment.  We are a designated"Green Lodging" through the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Park Place is a certified Wildlife Habitat through the National Wildlife Federation.  In addition, we are sponsoring an osprey through the Florida Audubon Society.

We also developed and maintain the web site for the Florida's Nature Coast Conservancy.  Its business is to own land in trust for preservation, conservation and/or public recreation.  The FNCC also encourages and assists local governments and other land trust in the acquisition and preservation of environmentally endangered lands suitable for recreation, preservation or conservation.