Groundwork Jacksonville

Groundwork Jacksonville is the city’s nonprofit partner specifically created to clean and redevelop Hogans and McCoys creeks and convert contaminated land into parks, playgrounds, trails, and other public spaces.  Groundwork intends to build the “emerald necklace” of trails, parks, creeks and greenspace encircling the urban core that was envisioned by famed architect Henry Klutho in the early 20th Century. Groundwork Jacksonville is one of 22 such trusts across the country, the only Groundwork trust in Florida and the first in the Southeastern United States.

Student: Alexia Maier

ELP Year: 2022

Major: Public Health

Poster: S-Line Rail Link Biodiversity Corridor Field Guide

Student: Kelly Rhoden

ELP Year: 2016

Major: Public Health

Poster: TreeRx-Prescribing Urban Trees for Community Health

Student: Daniel Norez

ELP Year: 2016

Major: Public Health

Poster: TreeRx-Prescribing Urban Trees for Community Health

Student: Madison Masters

ELP Year: 2016

Major: Anthropology

Poster: TreeRx-Prescribing Urban Trees for Community Health

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UNF Institute of Environmental Research and Education
1 UNF Drive
Building 16, Room 3111
Jacksonville, FL 32224
(904) 620-5804
(904) 620-2668 FAX
environment@unf.edu

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