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It Started with Wildlife

My connection to nature started with my love for animals. I can’t remember when or why animals first caught my attention, although I’m sure it most likely started with my first hamster or first family puppy, “Muffin.” I have no idea how I made the

Lady Lupines of Florida

By Mark TancigBontanist, FCV Contributor Early spring is a great time to be out visiting natural areas in Florida. Not only is the temperature and humidity bearable, but there are many eye-catching wildflowers in bloom. One of the most stunning displays of color are the

Lessons from the Sea

I first gained an appreciation for conservation during the time I spent as a child living on a sailboat. On a sailboat, resources are limited—food, water, and in some cases, shelter from storms. When our water tank ran low, we collected rainwater from our (bleached)

Anti-Voter Initiative Updates

It’s been a whirlwind couple of months but today is the official last day of the 2020 Legislative Session. Unfortunately, leaders in the House and Senate were unable to agree on a final budget and session has been extended until next week. While we are pleased