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“What is Democracy?” Movie Night in Miami

Join Democracy for All for a screening of “What is Democracy?” a film that travels across nations and social classes to help us question what democracy is today as we face our current challenges. The showing will be on Thursday, June 9 at 7:00 pm

Six Local Ballot Measures That Can Make A Statewide Impact

The environment is on your ballot. And no, we’re not just talking about FCV-endorsed candidates in state and local races. FCV is also supporting six local ballot measures in Collier, Manatee, Orange, and Volusia counties. Read about them below and help us educate voters in

Fire and the Suncoast Connector

The Suncoast connector study area, like much of Florida, is home to vast expanses of fire-dependent habitats and fire-maintained agricultural lands. According to our conservation partner, the Florida Native Plant Society, 2 million acres of the 3.7 million-acre of Study Area are dependent on regular

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