The Forgotten Coast

Glades to Gulf 2015 Expedition


What was the Expedition?

The trek began in the Everglades Headwaters and stretched west along the coast of the Florida Panhandle to the Gulf Islands National Seashore at the Florida/Alabama border.

Expedition Outcomes

Initial identification of threats, points of concern and potential blockages. Puts it on the map in the public eye.

Why The Expedition?

The Corridor team and many partner organizations continue to advocate for the protection of the “missing links” of the Corridor, estimated at roughly two million acres of high priority lands still in need of protection to improve the health of life-sustaining freshwater flows. We highlighted stories of ecological importance, including Longleaf Pine restoration and the health of the Gulf fishery, expanding the statewide corridor vision west to Alabama to capture another critical 1000 mile segment connecting Florida to the forests and rivers of the Gulf States. 

The Forgotten Coast

Expedition Team

Mallory Dimmitt
Mallory Dimmitt
Carlton Ward
Carlton Ward
Joe Guthrie
Joe Guthrie
Eric Bendick
Eric Bendick
Thomas Winston
Thomas Winston
Executive Producer

Thank you to those who helped make this Expedition possible!


Adams Ranch

Apalachicola Riverkeeper

Archbold Biological Station


Hunt and Molly James Family Foundation

J. Thomas and Lavinia Witt Touchton Fund

John T. Touchton, Jr. and Susan L. Touchton Fund

Alex Williams Family Fund

Ferman Community Advancement Fund

The Richard Corbett Family

Cantonis Family Foundation

Renée Athey & Tito Vargas

Culbreath Family Foundation

Two Rivers Ranch

Burton Family Foundation

David Ward

The Swann Family Foundation

Mary Jane Hillard Jones Foundation

The Doyle Family

Marshall Field

The Dreaming

William R. Hough

The Spurlino Foundation

Heller Family Foundation

Alex & Sue Williams

Corporate Sponsors

Mosaic Logo
Teco Logo
Dimmitt Logo
Lykes Insurance Logo
Creative Contractors

CeeBee’s Citrus


RBC Wealth Management – Bill Chamberlain

The Felburn Foundation


National Geographic Society

Oxford Exchange