Putting the Loop on the Map

The Alliance is hard at work on mapping the Loop and creating an inventory of all the resources (or assets) in the Loop Corridor.  This means cataloging and locating all the recreational, historic, agritourism, commercial and other items

Realizing the Tri-County Agritourism Corridor

Work Summary by principals of the St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop Alliance and subsequently by the Alliance

2008-2015

• Advocates conceive the St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop.

• Adoption of the Loop as part of the East Coast Greenway.

• Inaugural tour of the Loop organized with Bike Florida.

• Bike Florida adopts Armstrong as a trail friendly community that begins to provide hospitality to Bike Florida tours.

• Based on the Bike Florida-Armstrong connection, the East Coast Greenway Alliance enters into a long-term partnership with the four-state Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor Commission to advance the Greenway by emphasis on its community building character.