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Become a Member

The Trail of Florida’s Indian Heritage is a statewide nonprofit membership organization that needs your support and membership!

Members receive valuable benefits including copies of Trail brochures, an invitation to the Trail Annual Membership Meeting, and the opportunity to serve on the Trail Board of Directors.

Help preserve and provide public education of Florida’s Indian Heritage by choosing one of these membership categories:

Individual Members: $35                               
Up to 25 copies of the most recent Trail brochure

Non-profit Organization Members: $50    
Up to 50 copies of the most recent Trail brochure

Sites and Heritage Interpreter Members: $150*
1 box (500 copies) of the most recent Trail brochure
Inclusion on the Trail website with link your website
Inclusion in the next Trail of Florida’s Indian Heritage brochure

*Prospective new sites and heritage interpreters must apply for membership by contacting Martha “Marty” Ardren at mardren@comcast.net or toll free at 877-621-6805.

Sponsor Members (Visitor Bureaus, Businesses and Tour Operators): $250
All the benefits of Site and Heritage Interpreter Members

Membership gives sites, heritage interpreters and sponsors valuable exposure to a public that is actively looking for heritage tourism experiences. They will be reaching upwards of 50,000 people through inclusion in our highly respected and widely distributed Guide to Visiting Florida’s Indian Heritage Sites and through a link on this website. Trail brochures are used by Florida residents, tourists, and educators and are distributed by member sites, Visit Florida Welcome Centers, and county convention and visitor bureaus.

All members will have the opportunity to participate in educational endeavors such as curriculum development or lecture series, to network with other sites/heritage interpreters throughout the state, gain valuable knowledge from our grants workshops, and attend the Trail’s Annual Meeting.