Summary of the Opportunity Assessment Analysis: St. Pete

Native Habitats

Restorable Habitats

Stratum

Habitat Type

Current Extent

Existing Conservation Lands

Proposed Conservation Lands*

Total Restoration Opportunity**

Existing Conservation Lands Restoration Opportunity

Proposed Conservation Lands Restoration Opportunity*

Subtidal

Hard Bottom

27 ac

27 ac

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Artificial Reefs

30 ac

30 ac

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Tidal Flats

2,079 ac

2,079 ac

N/A

I/D

I/D

N/A

Seagrasses

9,458 ac

9,458 ac

N/A

14,131 ac

14,131 ac

N/A

Oyster Bars

30 ac

30 ac

N/A

I/D

I/D

N/A

Intertidal

Living Shorelines

1 mi

LSSM

N/A

LSSM

N/A

N/A

Mangrove Forests

3,024 ac

2,320 ac

643 ac

17 ac

5 ac

12 ac

Salt Barrens

6 ac

5 ac

1 ac

Salt Marshes

73 ac

31 ac

38 ac

23 ac (JU)

12 ac (JU)

10 ac (JU)

Tidal Tributaries

27 mi

N/A

N/A

LSSM

N/A

N/A

Supratidal

Coastal Uplands

220 ac

147 ac

61 ac

295 ac

86 ac

208 ac

Non-Forested Freshwater Wetlands

253 ac

53 ac

112 ac

16 ac

1 ac

14 ac

Forested Freshwater Wetlands

234 ac

152 ac

61 ac

Native Uplands

237 ac

199 ac

23 ac

372 ac

59 ac

314 ac

N/A - Not Applicable; I/D - Insufficient Data; LSSM - Living Shoreline Suitability Model; JU - Potential Juncus Marsh Opportunity

*All lands identified for acquisition by partners, does not represent a 2030 target or 2050 goal

**Does not account for lands neither currently protected nor currently under consideration for acquisition