Community Educator Resources

Thanks to the generous grant from The Community Foundation of Jacksonville, Friends of A1A now offers educational resource materials for use in promoting environmental education and appreciation of the arts in nature. The Activity Guide is available in limited quantities upon contacting Friends of A1A 904-425-8055 or email Each year an Environmental Education Fair / Kids Ocean Day is held to highlight community awareness to preserve and protect our A1A Byway.

Bird Island Park is a perfect microcosm of the A1A corridor reflecting Freshwater Marsh, Coastal Dunes (Strands) and Upland Hammock habitats. The activity guide may be used as a fun teaching guide while exploring the parks along A1A.

Download the file icon pdf ACTIVITY GUIDE REV_8.29.2012.pdf by clicking this link.

Environmental Education Lesson Plans

file icon pdf A1A-Ketterlinus Elementary School 4th Grade Residency Lesson Plans_2012.pdf

file icon pdf A1A-Ketterlinus Plan_2012.pdf

file icon pdf A1A-Nature Presentation Description.pdf

Field trips to county parks such as Bird Island Park are encouraged.
Contact Friends of A1A for guidance on environmental educators for your trips.