Audubon Center for Birds of Prey

Water for Florida's Future

Audubon Florida launches new water conservation program to encourage Floridians to reduce water use.
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Audubon Center for Birds of Prey

Water for Florida's Future

Audubon Florida launches new water conservation program to encourage Floridians to reduce water use.

We depend on Florida's water systems for our own water needs, but Florida's water systems also depend on us. 

Each action you take will make an impact on our water use and save water for our important ecosystems, wildlife, and humans that depend on it. Audubon will encourage Floridians to make a difference in conserving our most precious natural resource: water. Florida is surrounded by water, yet it is one of our most overused resources. Audubon Florida's Water for Florida’s Future program engages the public in water and energy conservation. Audubon will recruit and train volunteers to serve as Audubon Community Stewards to help spread conservation messages in four Florida counties: Orange, Osceola, Pasco, and Pinellas. This program is in partnership with Duke Energy. 

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