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The Treasure Coast Greenway


Stop Sprawl:  Make the Greenway Off-Limits for Development


The Treasure Coast Greenway is a complex combination of ridges, sloughs, and flatlands that runs from the headwaters of the St. Johns River in Indian River County through Okeechobee, St. Lucie, and Martin Counties to the Loxahatchee River and the Corbett Reserve in Palm Beach County.

Restoring the Greenway will help clean up our rivers by adding thousands more acres of natural water storage to the completed CERP and the IRL Plans.

Learn how protecting and restoring the Greenway will:

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Protecting and restoring The Treasure Coast Greenway was a key priority of the Natural Systems Committee of the Committee for a Sustainable Treasure Coast.


It has also been designated a priority Greenway by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Greenways and Trails.



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The Map at the left shows the entire topography of the Treasure Coast Greenway ridges and sloughs.

The Environmental Lands Map at the right is from

SCL is working with the Florida Division of Greenways and Trails, the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council's Treasure Coast Enterprise Fund, and other local Community Organizations to protect and restore the Treasure Coast Greenway.

How We Can Protect Land Forever

Read what 1000 Friends of Florida Says About Greenways


Learn More About the Committee for a Sustainable Treasure Coast

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