Resources

Special thanks to the following community sponsors for their support. Learn more about our community partners.

  • City of Tampa: The City of Tampa Division of Arts Programs facilitates the creation of art and culture representative of the character and identity of Tampa to major public-use projects and to heighten Tampa's reputation and visibility both regionally and nationally as a city culturally aware and supportive of the arts. Karen Glaser's river photo gallery is available online with kind permission from the city. Website.

  • City of Temple Terrace: The City of Temple Terrace River Watch Taskforce was created March 20, 2007, to give the city a larger voice in the conservation, protection, and utilization of the Hillsborough River. This permenant five-member board of the City Council promotes active community participation in keeping the river a safe and beautiful resource. Website.

  • Crystal Springs Preserve: Located in Southeastern Pasco County, this preserve is dedicated to environmental education. The main entrance is located at 1609 Crystal Springs Rd. Crystal Springs, FL 33524. (813) 715-9707. Website.

  • Florida Public Archaeology Network: The Florida Public Archaeology Network's mission is to promote and facilitate the conservation, study and public understanding of Florida's archaeological heritage through regional centers, each of which has its own website. Website.

  • Florida State Parks: Florida's award-winning state parks encompass more than 700,000 acres and attract more than 20 million visitors every year. Learn more about the system of state parks and state trails and their economic impact on Florida here. Website.

  • Hillsborough County & City of Tampa Water Atlas: The Hillsborough County-City of Tampa Water Atlas is a water resource database with tools for retrieval, analysis, and graphic display of water quality, hydrology, recreational and historical data, as well as a searchable library of documents and websites related to water resource management, recreation, conservation and history. Website.

  • Hillsborough River Interlocal Planning Board: Considering the present and future of the resources of the Hillsborough River is the Hillsborough River Interlocal Planning Board, an organization consisting of three elected officials representing the geographic location of the river. It is supported by the Hillsborough River Technical Advisory Council, comprised of eight agency representatives and three citizen members. Mandated by state law, the River Board and Council developed a Master Plan for the Hillsborough River, incorporating policies broadly pertaining to water quality and quantity; safety and use of the river; protection of wildlife and its habitat and along the river. Website.

  • Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful: Keeping the Tampa Bay area beautiful by cleaning up our parks, neighborhoods and shorelines is only part of the picture. We're about people. Our mission is to provide environmental education and volunteer opportunities that develop individual responsibility and environmental stewardship. More simply, we foster personal inspiration through environmental motivation. Since 1989, we've provided bay-area residents of all ages with opportunities for meaningful service. Website.

  • Lowry Park Zoo: Consistently ranked as one of the best zoos in the United States, Lowry Park provides animal habitats and attractions to promote educational fun for the entire family. Website.

  • Rotary Club of Temple Terrace: Since 1987, Temple Terrace Rotary Club has been serving the community of Temple Terrace as well as the international community by providing numerous service projects to help those less fortunate than ourselves. Our motto "SERVICE ABOVE SELF" serves as our guide in everything that we do. We invite you to browse our website and learn more about us as well as Rotary International. Website.

  • Sierra Club: Meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of the month beginning at 6:30pm at the Hilton Garden Inn, 1700 E. 9th Ave. Ybor City. Come meet some fun people and participate in saving our little piece of the earth. Outings, Community Issues, Environmental Education, Legislative/Political, Membership, Socialization and more. Website.

  • Sulphur Springs Museum and Heritage Center: The museum was the vision of three individuals [Joseph Robinson, Norma Robinson, and Linda Hope] who in 2006 looked to enrich the lives of its residence with the history of the community. The Sulphur Springs Museum and Heritage Center has been created “to celebrate and preserve the history of Sulphur Springs a community that help Tampa’s growth.” Website.

  • Temple Terrace Preservation Society: The Temple Terrace Preservation Society, Inc. was founded in 1975, the 50th anniversary of the city, to preserve and protect the architectural and historical heritage of the city of Temple Terrace through advocacy, education and community involvement. Meetings are held at the Temple Terrace Community Church Parish Hall, a building which originally housed the real estate sales office for Temple Terrace Estates. One of the first structures in the city, it was designed in 1922 by architect M. Leo Elliott, and features a domed roof and arched palladian entry doors and transom windows. Website.