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Learn about Air Pollution at Picnic in the Park

Florida Conservation Voters Education Fund will host a Picnic in the Park on December 14, 2019, from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. This family-fun event is intended to bring together the South Florida community to learn about local clean air issues and ways they can

Notes from the Field: Tate’s Hell State Forest

I am standing on thousand-year-old dunes. They are the ancient remnants of mountains formed of salty, wind-swept sand. Today, these dunes are now scrub and flatwood communities, home to tall sand pines, short scrubby oaks, and a plethora of biodiverse grasses and flowers. Tate’s Hell

Give Thanks for Environmental Progress

Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on what we are thankful for. Looking back, we have made strides. Looking forward, we know there is much left to be done. LAND Above all, we are thankful to live in the Sunshine State. Our natural lands are

Notes from the Field: Bear Creek Educational Forest

I’m a big fan of butterflies and pretty much all pollinating, six-legged creatures. At Bear Creek Educational Forest, I was in for a treat. My Florida Master Naturalist class (UF/IFAS) welcomed bug expert, Billy Boothe to lead us on an insect adventure. It turns out,