About the Alliance
Created by the Florida Wildflower Foundation, the Florida Panhandle Wildflower Alliance is an active network of wildflower enthusiasts that protects the region’s native wildflowers.
Through communication, collaboration and information sharing, members support and inspire each other as they create knowledge and awareness of native wildflowers and their value to Florida’s environmental and economic health.
What members do
As active volunteers, Alliance members help build wildflower pollinator corridors by:
- Sharing information on the vital environmental and economical roles played by native wildflowers
- Identifying and watching over roadside wildflower areas
- Participating in events
- Attending meetings to advocate for native wildflowers
Members represent environmental organizations, county commissions, tourism agencies, chambers of commerce, garden clubs, state agencies, ecotourism and agricultural businesses, extension offices and the public at large.
The Florida Wildflower Foundation provides a liaison who guides Alliance members as they work with their counties and the Florida Department of Transportation. Contact liaison Liz Sparks.
Alliance newsletter archive
Alliance annual reports
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Your guide to Panhandle wildflowers
You’ll easily find the Panhandle’s best wildflower sites with this brochure featuring viewing routes and tips, along with beautiful photos of 40 common native wildflower species. Look for it at Florida Welcome Centers, regional visitor centers and chambers of commerce, or download a PDF.