Philanthropist Gladys Douglas dreamed of preserving her property in its natural state. Douglas’ critically endangered scrub habitat is the largest undeveloped sandy ecosystem remaining in North Pinellas County.
Now, the property near Virginia and Keene roads in unincorporated Dunedin is at risk of being lost to developers.
We need your help
Help preserve the last precious green space of its size in North Pinellas County.
Donate now to support the many values of biodiversity and nature. You’ll save protected wildlife and the environmentally sensitive rosemary scrub for future generations to experience.
We have a deadline
The city of Dunedin and Pinellas County have 90 days to make an offer on the property (January 18, 2021).
Will you sign the petition for Pinellas County to purchase the Douglas property?
Petition from the Suncoast Sierra Club Florida
Donate by Check
Make check payable to:
Pinellas Community Foundation
Gladys Douglas Preserve Fund
Mail checks to:
17755 US Highway 19 N, Suite 150
Clearwater, FL 33764
Donate Stock or Other Property
Call Suzanne Ruley
Director of Development