The Florida Natural Areas Inventory is Florida's Natural Heritage Program and state member of the NatureServe network. We are housed within the Florida Resources and Environmental Analysis Center at Florida State University. We manage a database of current information on Florida's rarest species, maintain an inventory of the state's conservation land holdings, and conduct ecological surveys and analyses to support conservation planning and land management. Our program is entirely supported by projects developed in cooperation with agency partners.
Interactive Conservation Lands Map
FNAI has completed a major update to our Florida Conservation Lands web map viewer. The new version allows users to search and view Florida Conservation Lands, Florida Forever Board of Trustees land acquisition projects, Florida Forever acquisitions, and conservation easements on private lands all in a single map. The Conservation Lands map is currently ungoing maintenance and may have intermittent outages and loss of functionality.
FNAI News & Notes
Follow our blog for regular updates on activities at the Florida Natural Areas Inventory.
Florida Longleaf Pine Ecosystem Geodatabase
FNAI has partnered with the Florida Forest Service to develop a spatial database that will serve as the central repository for data on the distribution and ecological condition of longleaf pine ecosystems in Florida.
Florida Biodiversity Matrix
The Biodiversity Matrix is a screening tool that provides immediate, free access to rare species occurrence information statewide.
FNAI is pleased to be a pilot member of Landscope America, the conservation guide to America's natural places.
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of the Florida Natural Areas Inventory is to collect, interpret, and disseminate ecological information critical to the conservation of Florida's biological diversity. FNAI's database and expertise facilitate environmentally sound planning and natural resource management to protect the plants, animals, and communities that represent Florida's natural heritage.