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ISC-Audubon Preserve Park

Preserve ParkAn Audubon Lifestyles Preserve Park is a managed and protected area of land important for wildlife, and plants or other items of special interest.  While reserved and managed primarily for wildlife and conservation, an Audubon Lifestyles Preserve Park can also provide (depending on the size and lay-out of the property) special opportunities for study and research as well as provide recreational opportunities such as hiking, walking, golfing, equestrian, kayaking, birding, camping, fishing, hunting and other sport and outdoor related activities.

According to the United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service an estimated 6,000 acres of open space are lost each day, a rate of 4 acres per minute.  These areas may includes parks, stream and river corridors, and other natural areas within urban and suburban areas or could include forests and grasslands, as well as working farms, ranches, and timberlands and may be public, or privately owned.

These areas are vital to our health, economy and well-being, and provide public benefits and ecosystem services we all need and enjoy, including: clean water, natural flood control, wildlife habitat and biodiversity, recreation and relaxation, timber and other forest products, and jobs. An area designated, managed and used as an Audubon Lifestyle Preserve Park can play an important role in re-connecting people to our natural resources.

What can you do?

By registering land as an Audubon Lifestyles Preserve Park you are setting a precedent for others to follow, and making a positive contribution in sustaining the health of our planet for present and future generations.  Anyone who owns and/or manages an area of land greater than one acre can participate. Landowners that place land into the program make a pledge that the land will not be adversely impacted by development, and will be managed in ways that promote sustainable living and lifestyles, as well as to provide food, shelter, water and space necessary to conserve wildlife.   


The Benefits of Enrolling

  • Demonstrates a commitment to conservation and management of lands for wildlife and conservation first, and secondly agrees to manage more human dominated purposes like golf courses, walking trails, and other recreational oriented facilities with the needs of environmental management and wildlife conservation as a foundation for making management decisions.
  • Provides lifestyle opportunities and increases the health and well-being of the public, residents, guests, children, and employees within the community.
  • Recognition as an Audubon Lifestyles Preserve Park and use of our name and logos on signage, literature, and in the media adds credibility to your conservation efforts and establishes the designated areas as an amenity with value to the overall property.
  • Provides local outreach and education, a requirement for certification in many programs including: the Audubon Lifestyles Sustainable Development Program, the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program and the Audubon Signature Program, if the property is enrolled in any similar programmatic efforts.
  • Having land designated as an Audubon Lifestyles Preserve Park is an inexpensive, quick, and easy way to increase public relations and marketing efforts.
  • Registration as an Audubon Lifestyles Preserve Park Program automatically enrolls the participant as an Audubon Lifestyles Platinum Member, and as a member of the Audubon Network.
Requirements to Participate
Registration Fee
  • Must own and manage the land;
  • Must have greater than one acre of land;
  • Must provide outreach and education through signage, website, or through literature;
  • Must be free from any form of residential or industrial development, but can be “bordered” by these types of uses.

($100 annually)

Annual fee for any size Preserve Park is $100. First year annual fee and Audubon Lifestyles Platinum Membership is included in the registration fee.


Download the Program Factsheet to Register



To learn more about the Audubon Lifestyles Sustainable Development Program

Contact us: | Phone: 727-733-0762 | Fax: 727-683-9153 



$25 Annually $100 Annually $250 Reg / $100 Annually


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A Coalition for Good - Spreading the Seeds of Sustainability

ISC-Audubon is a coalition of non-profit organizations and initiatives that include The International Sustainability Council (ISC), Audubon Lifestyles, Audubon Outdoors, Planit Green, Broadcast Audubon, and the Audubon Network for Sustainability. 

Funds generated through memberships and donations are used to provide fruit & vegetable seeds, wildflower seed mix, and wildlife feed & birdseed to urban and suburban communities around the world. These seeds are used by communities to establish fruit and vegetable gardens, bird and wildlife sanctuaries, and for the beautification of urban and suburban landscapes by creating flower and native plant gardens.

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