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Land Acquisition

The Environmental Lands Acquisition and Management Program (ELAMP) was created in July of 2004 when Pasco County adopted Referendum No. 04-233.  ELAMP is responsible for purchasing environmentally sensitive lands throughout the County by either fee title or less-than-fee methods.  Funding is provided through a portion of the Penny For Pasco surtax.  Partnerships with state and federal agencies are sought to supplement the Penny funds.  Since 2005, approximately 2,891 acres have been acquired.

Objectives

  • Protect natural communities including uplands and wetlands
  • Connect natural linkages
  • Conserve viable populations of native plants and animals
  • Protect habitat for listed species
  • Protect water resources and wetland systems
  • Protect unique natural resources
  • Enhance resource-based recreational opportunities
  • Expand environmental education opportunities.

A More In-Depth Look

Download the Land Acquisition Flow Chart for a more in-depth look at the acquisition process and to have assurance that the lands are protected in the future for the Public and Pasco County citizens.

Nomination Form

If you would like to nominate a property please fill out and mail or email us the Parcel Nomination form.

Environmental Lands Acquisition Task Force Summary Report October 2003

The ordinance includes concepts recommended by the Environmental Land Acquisition Task Force in their Environmental Lands Acquisition Task Force Summary Report October 2003

ELAMP Resolution Number 04-233

ELAMP Resolution Number 10-246 (Amendment to Resolution 04-233)

ELAMP Map


Environmental Lands Acquisition Selection Committee (ELASC)

The ELASC shall consist of eleven volunteer members. Five members shall have at the minimum a bachelor's degree in the natural and/or environmental sciences. These five members shall also comprise the Scientific Subcommittee. Four other members shall have expertise in at least one of the following fields: real estate, business, or finance. One member shall have expertise in governmental affairs (with an emphasis in funding sources). One member shall be a layperson with interest in the program and the ELASC. At all times no more than three members of the ELASC may be nonresidents of Pasco County. Members shall be appointed by the BOCC and shall be subject to the Sunshine Law.

ELASC Members                                           

   Eva Bailey, Scientific Subcommittee Mac Davis, Real Estate/Business/Finance
   Jared Dorrier, Governmental Affairs Patty Fesmire, Scientific Subcommittee
   Sharon Hanna-West, Real Estate/Business/Finance Janice Howie, Layperson
   Clark Hull Jr., Real Estate/Business/Finance Brightman Logan, Scientific Subcommittee
   Dr. Chris Miller, Scientific Subcommittee Brian Panico, Scientific Subcommittee
   


Properties Currently on the Acquisition List

Aripeka Estates 
Audubon Islands
Boger
Castriota      
Cope                           
Crossbar/ Al Bar Ranch
DeAngelo       
Damm
Fraser                        
Gulf Harbors       
Malhotra
Manzi
Martin Orlando
McKnight
Mickler
Noll
Pasadena Hills Properties
     - Evans Project
     - Pittman Project
Rafferty
Ragsdale 
Sheppard                   
Scheublein                                           
Schickedanz                              
Schumann - Biesel                                                                                           
Southworth                                
Starkey
Waller
Willingham


For More Information
If you have any questions, please contact 
Natural Resources Manager Keith Wiley.