Davie's rich store of open space and parkland sets us apart from other South Florida communities.
Conservation easements and community involvement preserve open space for future generations.
Wetland preservation preserves habitat, provides scenic vistas, enhances our daily lives, and encourages responsible conservators.
Parks and Open Space
Development pressure on open space remains unrelenting, and conservation easements are a tool Land Trusts and local governments use to preserve and protect land for communities while providing tax benefits to the landowner.
The Davie Area Land Trust, a not-for-profit membership organization, serves to permanently protect the natural diversity, the wildlife and their habitat, and the rural character of the Davie area through voluntary and mutually cooperative means. The Davie Area Land Trust is dedicated to perpetuating the agricultural, recreational, scenic, and historic values of the land for the enjoyment of present and future generations.
The Ridge along Nob Hill Road now serves as a home for burrowing owls. A dedicated group of volunteers created and now protects multiple nests and the Land Trust salutes their efforts.