Aerial view of the everglades

The Everglades is a natural marvel that is in crisis. Please join our fight to restore animal habitats and natural water levels and save the Everglades.

Did You Know?

The Everglades is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States and has been declared a World Heritage Site, an International Biosphere Reserve, and Wetland of International Importance.

The Everglades is half the size it was 100 years ago.  Half. This loss of habitat has caused the populations of several species in the area to decline. 23 animal species that call the Everglades home are on both the Endangered Species and Threatened Species lists.

The Florida Everglades holds most of South Florida’s drinking water. The day we destroy it our quality of life will change drastically.

Unfortunately, this environmental wonder is in crisis.

Please join us on our quest to save this remarkable place.

The Bergeron Everglades Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded by notable Gladesman “Alligator” Ron Bergeron who is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of the Florida Everglades.

As a Gladesman, Ron Bergeron is passionate about the unique environment of the Everglades and, for years, has worked tirelessly to restore habitat loss and find ways to help reestablish naturally existing water levels.

He invites you to explore the Everglades, fall under its magical spell, and join us in our mission to protect it for future generations.