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VOTE YES ON AMENDMENT 9!
VOTE YES ON AMENDMENT 9!
Amendment 9 will help protect Florida’s beaches, our economy and our wildlife from oil spills by banning nearshore drilling. This election season, please vote YES on Amendment 9!    (Photo by Martina Henderson)  
Hunters and Anglers Keep Their Eyes on the Senate as Land and Water Conservation Fund Expire
Hunters and Anglers Keep Their Eyes on the Senate as Land and Water Conservation Fund Expire
  Hunters and Anglers Keep Their Eyes on the Senate as Land and Water Conservation Fund Expire Sportsmen and women delivered a letter urging reauthorization of successful program   TALLAHASSEE (10/1/18) – 371 Florida sportsmen and women delivered a letter to members of Florida’s congressional delegation today calling on them to support full-funding ...
Support the Land and Water Conservation Fund which will expire on September 30, 2018
Support the Land and Water Conservation Fund which will expire on September 30, 2018
The Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) has helped support and secure the United States’ wildlife heritage since 1964 by supporting anglers, hunters, and outdoor recreation. However, the Land and Water Conservation Fund is at risk of expiring unless Congress acts by the end of September to reauthorize and ...
Trouble in Paradise - Six Key Issues to Tackle Florida's Environmental Challenges
Trouble in Paradise - Six Key Issues to Tackle Florida's Environmental Challenges
With leadership from the late Nathaniel Pryor Reed, Trouble in Paradise is the work product of deeply concerned members of the Florida environmental community who wish to help elected officials and candidates for office better understand six major statewide environmental issues impacting Florida’s natural resources and our residents’ quality of life. ...
Conservation 20/20: Lee County’s Legacy
Conservation 20/20: Lee County’s Legacy
Conservation 20/20: Lee County’s Legacy By Meredith Barnard, Marisa Carrozzo, and Brad Cornell Lee County residents understand the value of Conservation 20/20, the county’s conservation land program.  This was evident in the 2016 election when nearly 84% of residents voted in support of continuing the program. By preserving environmentally sensitive lands, ...
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The Florida Wildlife Federation is a private, statewide, non-profit citizens' conservation education organization composed of thousands of concerned Floridians and other citizens from all walks of life who have a common interest in preserving, managing, and improving Florida's fish, wildlife, soil, water, and plant life. As the State Affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation, FWF has been improving Florida's wildlife since 1936.

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Thank you for visiting Florida Wildlife Federation’s new website. We welcome your participation in our critical work on behalf of fish and wildlife and their habitats in this rapidly growing and changing state. Please consider joining and supporting us today!

Manley FullerPresident