Pangea Gives Back

The Pangea Adventure Racing team is passionate about giving something back to the valuable natural resources that provide so much to us. In 2008 and early 2009 we began helping the Florida Trail Association maintain its Florida Trail Network within Tosohatchee WMA. Later in the year we began calling our efforts "PGB" when Pangea Adventure Racing began to implement our Give Back program. We invite all who are interested to help us maintain, clear trails and water ways, clean up trash and even round up air potatoes helping the general public to enjoy our natural wonders.  Each event typically lasts a few hours and we always have a great time. Below you’ll find both upcoming PGB events and recaps on past PGB events. Please feel free to contact us if you would like to lead a "PGB" event in your local natural lands.

Recent Activity

 

PGB - St. Johns River Cleanup

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Pangea Gives Back returns immediatley following the Superhero AR on September 28th for a cleanup effort along the St. Johns River at Blue Springs State Park. Find out how you can help.
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PGB - Rock Springs Run SR

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Thanks to all the volunteers who showed up to Rock Springs Run State Reserve on Saturday. A lot of work was done cutting logs and clearing trails.
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PGB - Wekiwa Spring SP

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PGB at Wekiwa Springs State Park. Help Pangea Adventure Racing open abandoned trail that offers more shade for summer excursions deep into the park.
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PGB - 2nd Annual Air Potato Raid

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The 2nd Annual Air Potato Raid will be held on January 22nd at Lower Wekiwa River Preserve State Park and Seminole County Environmental Studies Center.
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PGB Creates Trail at Blue Springs

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Fifteen volunteers descended upon Blue Springs State Park on Dec. 11, 2010 where they helped create & clear a future multi use single track trail.
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First PGB Project

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Our first PGB project in 2009 was a great success. Pangea Adventure Racing helped open trails used for student field trips at the Seminole County Public Schools.
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