Jupiter Island Greenway

Marine Resources Council manages a 45-acre Florida Communities Trust conservation property located in the Town of Jupiter Island in Martin County. This land is maintained quarterly for invasive species including Brazilian pepper, Australian pine, and carrotwood.

Removing invasive species is an essential aspect of land management to ensure native species are able to flourish. Invasive species can also add to coastal erosion issues and become an infrastructure storm hazard if they are not controlled. Learn how to identify invasive species and beautify your yard with natives by visiting your local University of Florida IFAS Extension office.

The Jupiter Island Greenway project also supports our monthly mangrove workshops at the Lagoon House and the MRC Greenway in Vero, which allows us to engage the community in a hands-on learning experience caring for our mangrove nursery plants. Workshops are usually held on the second Saturday of every month and are a great outdoor, kid-friendly activity. Email caitlin@mrcirl.org, or call (321) 725-7775 if you would like to get involved!

Mangrove work for Jupiter Island Greenway
Mangrove work for Jupiter Island Greenway