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About NETA

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. We support local, regional and long-distance trails and greenways, whether they are in backcountry, rural or urban areas. We work in partnership with government agencies, local businesses and other nonprofit groups to create and protect a network of interconnected trails throughout the Northeast Everglades region.

(NETA Trail Hikes to Jonathan Dickinson State Park)

What we do...

Get people on trails! We have hikes, off-road bicycle rides, horseback rides and trail activities throughout the year, including the Annual Ocean To Lake Greenway Celebration – an exciting shared-use trail experience. Trail events occur year-round.

Build partnerships with our land managers! Our public lands are managed by skilled professionals and we provide input and volunteer help to create engaging recreational opportunities. We assist our government partners by helping to establish and maintain trails.

Educate the public!

Get people on trails! We have hikes, off-road bicycle rides, horseback rides and trail activities throughout the year, including the Annual Ocean To Lake Greenway Celebration – an exciting shared-use trail experience. Trail events occur year-round.

Palm Beach Hikers

(NETA Trail Hikes to Jonathan Dickinson State Park)

Love the Land – Build a Trail!

NETA is a 501(c)3 charitable organization located in the Northeast Everglades area. We organize frequent hiking, biking, paddling and equestrian outings in our Northeast Everglades area. Our intent is to provide rewarding experiences which will encourage responsible use of and stewardship of our natural areas and parks.
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PBC Parks and Recreation
At the Board of County Commissioners meeting on March 12, Commissioner Hal R. Valeche presented a proclamation declaring March 2019 as Florida Bicycle Month in Palm Beach County! Grab your bike and ride the bike trails at #pbcparks: tinyurl.com/y5gvs84l
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Palm Beach County’s Department of Environmental Resources Management will conduct a prescribed burn today, March 14, at Cypress Creek (North) Natural Area. The natural area is closed to the public at this time. The prescribed burn will cover approximately 120 acres. Cypress Creek (South) Natural Area is open and will not be affected by the prescribed burn.

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 See MoreSee Less

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Here is an opportunity to hike Pine Glades in a little different way and get a few great photography tips.There is still time to register for tomorrow’s sunset guided photography tour at Pine Glades Natural Area from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Attendees will get photography instruction, a guided tour to “off trail” photo locations and wildlife photography/viewing opportunities. Be prepared for a two to four mile hike through areas with standing water. Space is limited – register at pbcerm.eventbrite.com. See MoreSee Less

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