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The Northeast Everglades Trails Association (NETA)

NETA is a 501(c)3 charitable organization located in the Northeast Everglades area.
Our goal is to support trails by finding common ground and promoting cooperation among all trail interests.

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The Northeast Everglades Trails Association (NETA) is a nonprofit organization working on behalf of all trail interests, including hikers, bicycle riders, horseback riders, water trails, and other passive trail users.

Our goal is to support trails by finding common ground and promoting cooperation among all trail interests.

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2 weeks ago

Northeast Everglades Trails Association  (NETA)

From Palm Beach County ERM:

Palm Beach County’s Department of Environmental Resources Management will conduct a prescribed burn today, December 6, at Hungryland Slough Natural Area. The natural area is closed to the public at this time. The prescribed burn will cover approximately 1,758 acres. Due to the size of this burn, a helicopter will assist in the ignition of the unit and smoke may be visible over 20 miles from the burn location.

A prescribed burn is an intentional fire set under carefully controlled conditions to achieve certain land management objectives. The primary objectives of this burn are to enhance and maintain the slash pine forest (a fire-dependent ecosystem) and lower the possibility of a destructive wildfire by reducing the fuel load (dense palmettos and downed trees). Learn more about the county's Natural Areas Prescribed Burn Program here: discover.pbcgov.org/erm/Publications/PrescribedFire.pdfPalm Beach County’s Department of Environmental Resources Management will conduct a prescribed burn today, December 6, at Hungryland Slough Natural Area. The natural area is closed to the public at this time. The prescribed burn will cover approximately 1,758 acres. Due to the size of this burn, a helicopter will assist in the ignition of the unit and smoke may be visible over 20 miles from the burn location.

A prescribed burn is an intentional fire set under carefully controlled conditions to achieve certain land management objectives. The primary objectives of this burn are to enhance and maintain the slash pine forest (a fire-dependent ecosystem) and lower the possibility of a destructive wildfire by reducing the fuel load (dense palmettos and downed trees). Learn more about the county's Natural Areas Prescribed Burn Program here: discover.pbcgov.org/erm/Publications/PrescribedFire.pdf
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2 months ago

Northeast Everglades Trails Association  (NETA)

The woods at North Jupiter Flatwoods Natural Area will be alive with fright and fun Friday, October 26. The family-friendly Haunted Hike starts at 6 p.m. (no registration needed). The spooky Haunted Hike starts at 7 p.m. (register at pbcerm.eventbrite.com). Everything comes to a dead stop at 9 p.m. Learn more about this free Halloween event on our Facebook Events page. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

Northeast Everglades Trails Association  (NETA)

It was a beautiful morning out at Rood Lake! NETA installed two picnic tables and a mounting block at the pavilion as well as some roof repairs. While we were there, two cyclists from Costa Rica stopped for a rest at the new tables! The grass on the OTL trail is tall in places and the blue trail to the lake has been plowed but the lake and the crossing look great! Thanks to South Florida Water Management District for allowing us to help maintain and make improvements to trails in Cypress Creek. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 months ago

Northeast Everglades Trails Association  (NETA)

Great little clip about shared use courtesy!
Thanks for Palm City Trails for sharing.

Singletrack Mountain Bike Magazine
How to pass a horse: Be nice, say Hi.
Cycling UK and The British Horse Society have teamed up to offer advice on how to pass a horse safely out on the trail.
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