Locality: University of Florida (29.648900, -82.371890)
Trillium Slope (Golf Course Woods) is a 4.9-acre Conservation Area named after a plant that is found in these woods and is considered rare in Florida. In fact, its location in these woods is thought to be the southern most extent of its range (it is also found in Hogtown Creek Woods). These woods are located on the northwest corner of the University Golf Course and border SW 34th Street. This area is made up of an upland mixed forest community with moderate slope edging down into the Hogtown Creek floodplain. In the 2000-2010 Campus Master Plan this area was designated as Active Recreation, since it is located on University Athletic Association property on the University Golf Club course. Based on recommendations made by the Conservation Study Committee this area was recommended for inclusion as a campus Conservation Area.
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