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Protecting, Preserving & Restoring
Lighthouses played a critical role in Florida’s history; making it possible to explore, settle and develop Florida by using its 1350 miles of coastline (second only to Alaska in states with longest coastline). Only 30 lighthouses remain today. A 2002 study done by the State of Florida estimates that it will take almost $20 million dollars to preserve these towers.
The Florida Lighthouse Association’s (FLA) mission is to safeguard Florida’s remaining lighthouses for future generations by supporting community based restoration, preservation and education efforts.
FLA's vision is a future where Florida’s historic lighthouses will have ALL the resources needed to preserve, restore, protect and defend our historic towers, collections and history in perpetuity.
FLA will be successful when every Florida Lighthouse ~
The Florida Lighthouse Association is a nonprofit organization. Financial support comes from charitable gifts, membership dues, and Florida State specialty license plate sales. FLA does not receive any government funding!