Mike Adams

Mike Adams, Acting VP & Secretary

Mike Adams is a conservation ecologist, researcher, educator and author. He holds a BS in Biology, with studies in Anthropology and a MS in Environmental Management. He has lived and worked in Northeast Florida for 42 years.

Mike’s diverse professional career has spanned state government, private firm & sole proprietorship consulting, educational, nonprofit and volunteer organizations. In semi-retirement, he and his wife of 27 years, Carole, manage and reside on Saturiwa Private Conservation Area, along the St. Johns River.

Mike provides conservation and ecological lectures and tours, writes a nature column for a local newspaper, serves as St. Johns River Center docent, board member for the Bartram Trail Society of Florida, volunteers for Marineland Right Whale Project, St. Johns Riverkeeper, Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission and Florida Forest Service. He is the recipient of many conservation, environmental and leadership awards, including the prestigious Stetson Kennedy Foundation Fellow Man and Mother Earth Award in 2018.

Mike brings natural history to life with his colorful and exciting portrayals of colonial naturalist William Bartram.