Welcome to the Ocala to Osceola (O2O) Wildlife Corridor

This wildlife corridor is being completed by a regional partnership that is lead by the North Florida Land Trust

On this website you will find information on the O2O partnership and wildlife corridor


On the Newsletter page you will find a running list of past newsletters sent out to the O2O Partnership.


The Presentation page has a running list of previous presentations given during O2O Partnership meetings.

Upcoming Events

Upcoming events will be listed on this page. You can find meeting dates as well as program and funding deadlines.

Protect, connect, and manage!

“He had perhaps been bruised too often. The peace of the vast aloof scrub had drawn him with the beneficence of its silence. Something in him was raw and tender. The touch of men was hurtful upon it, but the touch of pines was healing.” –Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, The Yearling

Photographs by Renee Bodine

About Us

The Ocala to Osceola Wildlife Corridor (O2O) is a 100 mile long, 1.6-million acre, landscape of public and private lands that connect the Ocala and Osceola National Forests. 

More About Us

Drop By

North Florida Land Trust

843 W Monroe Street Jacksonville, FL 32202

Direction and Maps

North Florida Land Trust is the Ocala to Osceola Wildlife Corridor’s lead partner.

Learn more about NFLT at www.nflt.org.