Amelia Tree Conservancy is celebrating 10 years of working with the City of Fernandina Beach and Nassau County staff to preserve island trees. We are honoring the City of Fernandina Beach’s Heritage Tree Program with a juried photo contest of one of the City’s tagged heritage trees.
The winners will each receive $100, an invitation to the ATC Annual Meeting, a copy of The Giving Tree, and their photograph will be posted on the ATC website and ATC Facebook page,
Amateur Photography Contest
In April 2023, Amelia Tree Conservancy celebrated 10 years of working with both City of Fernandina Beach and Nassau County staff to preserve island trees. We honored the City of Fernandina Beach’s Heritage Tree Program with a juried photo contest of the City’s tagged heritage trees. Entrants chose a Heritage Tree from the list below of 20 tagged trees. They are all wonderful. Take some time and go and see them for yourself.
Winner Under 18
Heritage Tree in the center of Ash at 8th Street
Winner Over 18
Heritage Tree at 22 South 8th Street
Eligible Heritage Trees
ATC thanks the staff at the City of Fernandina Beach and Nassau County for their assistance in identifying heritage trees.
HERITAGE TREE MARKER
Central Park on Atlantic Avenue and South 11th Street between the petanque and baseball field areas - grove of 8 trees
North side of Alachua between 4th & 5th Street
Southwest Corner of 10th Street & Ash Street
Ash Street midway between 9th and 10th Street
Corner of Ash Street and 16th Street
Across from 115 Citrona Drive
Across from 2428 Los Robles Drive
In small shopping area at the corner of 8th Street & Ash Street (known as Fred's Tree)
Center of Ash Street & 8th Street (known as Kate's Tree)
Amelia Island Parkway & Via Del Rey Rd. ROW
810 Atlantic Avenue
816 Atlantic Ave- corner of 9th and Atlantic
112 South 9th Street