Our hard work has paid off, Conservation Voters. Thanks to you and other advocates for natural Florida, the House and Senate have agreed to fund water and land conservation programs like Florida Forever at $100 million this year. While $100 million is far short of
Florida has a unique and remarkable network of rivers, streams, lakes, aquifers, and of course, our prized Everglades ecosystem. Unfortunately, President Trump is engaging in an all-out assault on our clean water safeguards. His administration has decided to gut vital Clean Water Act protections and
I arrived before 9 a.m. as the fog began to lift from the fields of flowers. Bordering the winding canopy road, longleaf pine forests swayed with the breeze. The Red Hills glistened with dew-laden grasses, draping the landscape with gold. Tall Timbers Research Station
Earth is undergoing a horrifying transformation: as we emit more carbon dioxide into the air, our temperatures get warmer. Hotter temperatures and waters cause seas to rise, destroying inland and coastal communities. If we don’t act now, we may lose our homes and livelihoods forever.