In recognition of the extraordinary generosity of philanthropists Sam and Betty Shine, the Florida Wildlife Federation (FWF) has expressed their deepest thanks. The Shines have recently donated a critical tract of land, over 6,000 acres in size, to the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge south of Tallahassee on the Gulf of Mexico. This is just the latest Florida conservation project that the Shines have aided in.
In May, Meredith Barnard joined the Florida Wildlife Federation as the new Southwest Florida Field Representative.
Update on Jim Stevenson one of our past FWF award winner
Last year Congress passed enduring legislation that extended the Charitable IRA Rollover incentive program for 2015 and future years.
The Protecting Florida’s Natural Resources Forever Map shows Florida’s Existing Conservation Lands (green) and those which can be acquired (i.e., Potential Conservation Lands in reddish)
The recent public video of individuals dragging a large shark from the back of a speeding boat, and other horrific videos depicting wildlife abuse, have rightly brought forth a tremendous outpouring of indignation.
New Book: Travels on a Green Highway: An Environmentalist’s Journey
To protect our coastal waters, we need a constitutional prohibition on oil and gas drilling and its associated industrial infrastructure. Remember that in 2009
TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Wildlife Federation today called on Florida Gov. Rick Scott, Florida House Speaker Richard Corcoran and Florida Senate President Joe Negron to carry out voters’ will by including a proposal for funding the state’s conservation land-buying program in a special session of the Legislature.