Trailhead Sponsorships from CREW Land & Water Trust
In an innovative way to raise funds to support the Corkscrew Regional Ecosystem Watershed (CREW) Land &Water Trust educational efforts during the pandemic, six trailhead signs on three different trail systems can now be sponsored by individuals, companies or organizations because CREW was not able to conduct its annual Concert and Silent Eco-auction last year. The Everglades Golf Course Superintendents Association was among the first to participate to the new fundraising effort.
Each sponsor logo can appear on all six structures encompassing CREW Marsh Trails and CREW Cypress Dome Trails off Corkscrew Road, CREW Flint Pen Strand Trails off Bonita Beach Road and CREW Bird Rookery Trail off f Immokalee Road. An unlimited number of sponsorships are available.
Executive Director Brenda Brooks says that trailhead sponsors will be in the spotlight to reach approximately 60,000 visitors a year—that walk the trails between sunup and sundown at no cost with donations encouraged via boxes—instead of just on the evening of a concert. “Like many nonprofits in these times, we had to get creative,” she says.
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