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Injunction Seeks to Restore Money to State’s Conservation Land-Buying Fund
In a legal filing today, the Florida Wildlife Federation and three other citizen groups are seeking an injunction to stop state officials from diverting the state’s conservation land-buying fund to pay for other state functions.
2015/08/28

Community Rallies to Prevent Endurance Race at Princess Place Preserve
The Florida Wildlife Federation and others had expressed concern that this activity was not appropriate for this environmentally sensitive public land.
2015/08/24

FWF LAWSUIT LAUNCHED TO PROTECT ENDANGERED SEA TURTLES FROM SINGER ISLAND SEAWALLS
“Like so many of us, sea turtles love Singer Island. It has one of the highest nesting densities of turtles in North America,” said Florida Wildlife Federation President Manley Fuller. “DEP needs to require measures that will protect turtles, and decrease erosion. This means pushing seawalls farther
2015/08/07

FWF AND OTHER CONSERVATION GROUPS FILE AMENDMENT 1 LAWSUIT
On behalf of the Florida Wildlife Federation and two other Florida citizen’s groups, Earthjustice filed suit on June 22, 2015 to ask the court to compel the Florida Legislature to comply with the Water and Land Legacy Conservation Amendment in the state Constitution.
2015/06/23

FLORIDA WILDLIFE FEDERATION PRESENTED ANNUAL AWARDS JUNE 13, 2015
At the Florida Wildlife Federation’s 78th Annual Conservation Awards Banquet June 13, 2015, at the St. Augustine Rod & Gun Club, twelve outstanding Florida conservationists were recognized for their conservation achievements.
2015/06/17

Million Pollinator Garden Challenge Launched to Reverse Decline of Pollinators
The Florida Wildlife Federation is adding its support to the National Wildlife Federation and dozens of conservation and gardening organizations as well as seed groups that have formed the National Pollinator Garden Network.
2015/06/05

Special Session Chance to Fund Florida Forever
The Legislature’s Special Session to be held June 1-20, 2015 is focused upon enacting a state budget. Funding of the Florida Water and Land Legacy Amendment (Amendment 1), that Floridians passed by an affirmative vote of 75 percent, is an important part of the budget.
2015/05/28

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