Terramar Society

Terramar Society Members

Historical Image Hugh Taylor Birch at Terramar House in Hugh Taylor Birch State Park

Terra Mar is what born naturalist Hugh Taylor Birch named his home that overlooks Fort Lauderdale Beach. Each day, he would sit on the balcony of his master bedroom enjoying the view from his 180-acre coastal land. He lived at his beloved Terra Mar until he was 95 years old. Today, we are given the opportunity to enjoy and nurture what Birch left behind – a precious gift that reflects his passion for nature, wildlife, and the land.

We invite you to learn more about how your support can make a difference in helping to carry on Mr. Birch’s legacy. Terramar Society is a donor-giving program for those individuals who want to take their giving to the next level to help preserve, conserve, enhance, and promote our local state park for current and future generations.

Terra Mar: Land By The Sea


Jim Ellis
Steve & Jeannie Hudson
Carlos & Lisa Rodriguez
Par and Louise Sanda

Marc & Sharon Friedman
Peggy Fucci
Huizenga Family Foundation, Inc.
Paul & Jennifer Kroncke
Ed and Sherri Meehan
Dominick & Meike Miniaci
Moss Foundation

Gale Butler
Andrew & Connie Caldwell
Tyler & Sarah Chappell
Michael & Mary Ellen Coen
Keith Costello
Fran Custer
Tim Elms
Ken Evans
Jon & Elaine Krupnick
Lee MacDonald
Mastriana Family
Mari Mennel-Bell & Joel Greenbaum
Robert & Jennifer Roselli
Jamie Stiles
Randy & Kim Sweers
Bob Swindell & John Cotter
Andrew & Lori Taubman
Bill & Nancy Thies
E.C. Traver
Steve Walker & Karen Hooks