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State Dept. of Environmental Protection Requests Historic Investments in America’s Everglades

RELEASE: State Dept. of Environmental Protection Requests Historic Investments in America’s Everglades

— Audubon commends the Florida Department of Environmental Protection for its recent legislative budget request that includes the largest single request for funding for America's Everglades in the agency’s history.
STATEMENT: Army Corps of Engineers Responds Positively to Everglades Bill Advancing EAA Reservoir

STATEMENT: Army Corps of Engineers Responds Positively to Everglades Bill Advancing EAA Reservoir

— A letter sent yesterday from the Army Corps of Engineers to the South Florida Water Management District affirmed the Army Corps’ role to advance the Everglades Agricultural Area (EAA) Reservoir as directed in Senate Bill 10.
Federal Government Rolls Back Protections for Wetlands and Water Supply

RELEASE: Federal Government Rolls Back Protections for Wetlands and Water Supply

— New EPA Rule Threatens Diminishing Wildlife Habitats
Baby Beach-Nesting Birds Suffer After Tropical Storm Cindy

RELEASE: Baby Beach-Nesting Birds Suffer After Tropical Storm Cindy

— Audubon Scientists Report Losses to Rare Beach-Nesting Birds and Call for Public’s Help
RELEASE: Audubon Applauds State Move to Protect More Land for Conservation

RELEASE: Audubon Celebrates Land Acquisition for Conservation

— Approval of Blue Springs and Old Town Creek Watershed Florida Forever projects helps save Florida's special places
Five Things You Can Do to Combat Climate Change

Five Things You Can Do to Combat Climate Change

— Trump May Have Scrapped Paris Agreement, But You Can Keep an Agreement With Yourself
Audubon Florida Rescues Native Trees on Palm Beach Causeway

Audubon Florida Rescues Native Trees on Palm Beach Causeway

— Transplanted Trees Help Restore Habitat on Bingham Island Sanctuary
“King” Tides and Holiday Crowds Pose Double Threat Beach-nesting Birds This Weekend

“King” Tides and Holiday Crowds Pose Double Threat Beach-nesting Birds This Weekend

— Beachgoers and boaters can help protect rare baby birds and eggs
STATEMENT: Audubon Commends Selection of Noah Valenstein as new Florida DEP Secretary

STATEMENT: Audubon Commends Selection of Noah Valenstein as new Florida DEP Secretary

— TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (May 23, 2017) – Responding to the Governor and Cabinet’s approval today of Noah Valenstein as Secretary of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)...