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    Big Cypress

    National Preserve Florida

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  • Annual 60-Day ORV Closure for Wheeled Vehicles

    Beginning at 12:01 am Monday, June 2, the annual 60-day recreational ORV closure for all units of the Preserve that allow for wheeled ORV access will begin. The closure will be lifted on Friday, August 1. More »

  • Campground Closure

    All campgrounds but Midway and the loop in the Bear Island Campground are closed through August 29. More »

  • Interstate 75 Mile Marker 63 Closure

    Beginning summer of 2013, the rest area and backcountry access at Mile Marker 63 will be closed due to construction. More »

Past Artist-In-Residence Participants

2004-2005

Myrna Massey

mmassey23@hotmail.com

2005-2006

Mary Bue

www.marybue.com



Mollie Doctrow

www.doctrow.com

Laurel Egnew

www.lsegnew.com


Ailyn Hoey

www.ailynhoey.com



2006-2007

Karen Glaser

www.karenglaserphotography.com



Mark Goodenough

www.markgoodenough.com


Hannah Ineson

www.hannahinesonwatercolors.com


Deborah Mitchell

www.deborahmitchellart.com


Leah Raintree

www.leahraintree.com


2007-2008

Wendy Burk

www.ericmagrane.com

Deedra Ludwig

www.deedraludwig.com

Eric Magrane

www.ericmagrane.com

Jacqueline Roch

www.jrochfineart.tripod.com

Anne McCrary Sullivan

floridanaturalist@gmail.com


2011-2012

Patricia Cummins

Tom Weinkle

www.patcummins.com

www.tomweinkle.com

2012-2013

Linda Apriletti

Richard Eskin

Pippin Frisbie Calder

http://lindaapriletti.com

http://www.pbase.com/richeskin

www.pippinprint.com

2013-2014

Mark Fletcher

Ramona Maziarz

Anna Marie Pavlik

Lynn Uhlmann

http://www.markfletcher.embarqspace.com

http://www.ramonamaziarz.com

Click here

www.LynnUhlmann.com



Did You Know?

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Before Gerald Ford, the 38th President of the United States designated Big Cypress as the country's first national preserve, in 1974, he worked as a National Park Ranger at Yellowstone National Park, in 1936. He was the only US President to have worked for the National Park Service.