preserving nature's natural wonders

WK Preservation Group Inc. was formed in 2020 as a response by a coalition of concerned citizens located in the Pinellas County area of Florida to a potential destruction of natural habitat. The event that energized our group was the possible bulldozing and high-density development of a beautiful, natural, untouched 14 acres of land in Tarpon Springs, Florida, that is teeming with animals and plant life, including some endangered species. This property shares a border and an ecology with Pinellas County’s Mariner’s Point Management Area (MPMA), a 76-acre environmental preserve. It is our current mission to save the 14 acres from development and have it joined with the MPMA. Once that project has been accomplished, we plan to further our goal to help save other natural untouched plots of land throughout Pinellas County and the State of Florida.

We are a non-profit, 501(c)(3) charitable organization that is raising funds and providing education to accomplish our goals.


Saving Forest and Wetland Eco Systems

Help Us Stop the Unrelenting Destruction

Battling Urgent Threats


What people say about us

Joyce Allen

March 29, 2023

Pinellas County needs to preserve all the land it can.

Janice Miller

March 28, 2023

Thank you

Connie Goserud

March 27, 2023

Keeping my fingers crossed that this land gets preserved!

Nicole Bales

March 25, 2023


Terry Fortner

March 17, 2023


Jill Haseltine

December 3, 2022

Thank you for what you are doing!

Theresa Rubalcava

December 2, 2022

Thank you for all the work and time the group has dedicated to save this land

Tammy Lancaster

December 1, 2022

Let’s save the WKP!

Todd Byers

November 16, 2022

Please keep up the fight! Thank you for continuing the work through the ups and downs.

Kristy Hartman-Casey

November 6, 2022

Thank you for everything you are doing to preserve this land 💕

In memory of Richard H.

Sue Collins

September 12, 2022

Just saw an article in the Tampa Bay Times (9/12), so happy to hear that it will be preserved!

Julie Webster

September 10, 2022

To everyone who helped save this pristine 14 acres: Thank You!!