Has a partnership of federal, state, and non-government organizations that are working together to conserve this 100-mile-long Wildlife Corridor in Northcentral Florida. The O2O partnership works to protect and improve the ecological conditions, military buffers, and working lands within the Ocala to Osceola Wildlife Corridor. This partnership is lead by the North Florida Land Trust.
Downloadable O2O Boundary shape files shown on Google Maps, it is a KMZ file. You can also upload a KMZ file into Arc GIS.