Get to know Milo Webb
Milo Webb is a passionate advocate for preserving the natural heritage of the Timucuan Trail Parks Foundation. He has been working with the Foundation since its inception in 2018, and he currently serves as the Executive Director of the organization.
Milo was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida, and he spent much of his youth exploring and enjoying the state’s many natural wonders. After attending college at Furman University in South Carolina, Milo moved back to Jacksonville and got involved with environmental advocacy through a volunteer position at Earthjustice. It was there that he discovered his passion for protecting public lands, and he decided to dedicate himself to this cause by joining the newly formed Timucuan Trail Parks Foundation.
Since coming on board with the foundation, Milo has dedicated himself to ensuring that all future generations can enjoy these beautiful parks just as much as those today have. He has worked hard to increase public awareness about preserving these areas, from launching campaigns to inform people about their importance to organizing events onsite. He also works closely with local governments and businesses to ensure they are doing their part in preserving these areas for future generations.
In addition to his work with Timucuan Trail Parks Foundation, Milo also serves on several other boards related to conservation efforts around Jacksonville and beyond. His dedication and drive have earned him numerous awards throughout his career — most notably being named one of Jacksonville’s 40 Under 40 Rising Stars by Jacksonville Magazine last year.
Milo believes that it is our responsibility as stewards of this earth to preserve its beauty for future generations — something that will be made possible through continued advocacy from individuals like him who are dedicated to protecting our world’s natural resources.