Pack a lunch and ride Volusia County’s eco-buggy through Longleaf Pine Preserve, where you can enjoy natural Florida scenery while learning about the importance of the lands. The eco-buggy will stop at the pavilion where you can eat lunch and learn about the problems associated with micro-plastics and marine debris.
Meet at the preserve’s west entrance, 3637 E. New York Ave. DeLand. Participants will need to walk one-tenth of a mile to load onto the eco-buggy; if you are not able to make the walk, mention this at registration so other arrangements can be made.
Volusia County’s Environmental Management Division sponsors Explore Volusia to acquaint residents with the county’s conservation lands and land management practices.
With social distancing in mind, the program will be limited to eight persons. Participants must register at least 48 hours before the program. Only registrants will be allowed to participate. To register, call 386-736-5927.