Troy Samuel Cumming Nature Preserve
The Troy Samuel Cumming Nature Preserve is 6.09 acres of healthy bottomland hardwood hammock forest. It provides habitat for native wildlife including fox, deer, and numerous bird species. The property was donated by Roger and Sally Smith Adams in memory of their longtime friend, naturalist and conservationist Troy Samuel Cumming.
This preserve is adjacent to the 110-acre Yulee Nature Preserve. Together, these two nature preserves create a contiguous 116-acre area that is protected into the future.
An article posted in the Citrus Times Online tells more about the dedication of this land.