ReGrow the Loop Campaign Leads the Charge on Environmental Restoration

Volusia County Government has launched ReGrow the Loop to learn about conservation and beautification efforts along the Ormond Scenic Loop & Trail. The first in a series of free, monthly educational activities and events happened in June at the Ormond Beach Regional Library, 30 S. Beach St. and there will be more informational events to follow.

The county has partnered with the UF/IFAS Extension Volusia County and other local organizations to:

  • Eradicate invasive plant species,
  • Increase native vegetation,
  • Attract more wildlife and pollinators,
  • Share information about sustainable practices
    to residents

Residents who live along the loop – and anywhere in Volusia County – can get involved by signing a pledge, attending a workshop, and organizing or participating in a loop volunteer event. Each participating household will receive a ReGrow the Loop sticker and a native three-gallon tree at one of the tree giveaway events that will be scheduled this fall or summer 2024.

Scan the QR code to register for upcoming events:

For more information, email or contact Sheila Hutchinson at (386)822-5778.

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