Whispering Pines Concerned Citizens

Navarre, Florida

Led by Carmen Reynolds, Whispering Pines Concerned Citizens is a collaborative citizen’s group concerned about flooding and new development, including the planned addition of 7 apartment buildings and a cottage home subdivision. Runaway growth and drainage problems as well as flooding are impacting the entire county.

In addition, Whispering Pines Concerned Citizens and partner organizations in Santa Rosa Country are working with Thriving Earth Exchange to find solutions to balancing resource management with growth in a reasonable way with appropriate planning. The project involves “Inventorying and mapping the elements that influence quality of life in Santa Rosa County [to] form a critical foundation for any number of future community science initiatives, including creating and advocating for good policy, applying for FEMA and other grants, and building a sustainable development plan.” The project is beginning in April 2021 and will take just over a year.

Fill and build development in Navarre, Florida.

Written by Michele Gielis


Navarre resident Carmen Reynolds addresses the Santa Rosa Board of County Commissioners January 24, 2021 posted by Save our Soundside

Mapping Natural and Developed Resources to Positively Impact Responsible Growth, Santa Rosa County, Florida, Thriving Earth Exchange, 2021

“Navarre Press People to Watch in 2021”, Carmen Reynolds, Navarre Press, FL, January 2021

Two new subdivisions planned for Navarre, South Santa Rosa News, January 3, 2019

Milton needs a more advanced wastewater plant

Carmen Reynolds

Website/social media

Climate impacts
Water contamination

Nature-based solutions
Halting bad development
Fighting industrial contamination

501c3 tax deductible

Accepting donations

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