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Audubon Names Senate President Joe Negron as Champion of the Everglades

Audubon Names Senate President Joe Negron as Champion of the Everglades

— Negron Celebrated for Biggest Everglades Victory in a Decade
STATEMENT: Audubon Encouraged By Cooperation on the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge

STATEMENT: Audubon Encouraged By Cooperation on the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge

— “We’re encouraged by the renewed sense of cooperation on the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge among state and federal agencies,” said Celeste De Palma, Audubon Florida Everglades Policy Associate.
ADVISORY: Audubon Congratulates Eric Draper on His New Role

ADVISORY: Audubon Congratulates Eric Draper on His New Role

— Draper to Lead Florida’s State Parks
RELEASE: Rookery Bay Volunteers Recognized for Protecting Rare Birds & Habitat

RELEASE: Rookery Bay Volunteers Recognized for Protecting Rare Birds & Habitat

— Rookery Bay Volunteers Recognized with Prestigious Award for Protecting Rare and Endangered Birds and Habitat
ADVISORY: Governor Scott Goes to Audubon Centers to Announce Environmental Budget Recommendations

Governor Scott Goes to Audubon Centers to Announce Environmental Budget Recommendations

— Audubon Florida is pleased that Governor Rick Scott will announce his environmental budget recommendations at Audubon nature centers in Naples and Maitland today.
STATEMENT: Audubon Commends Senator Bradley for Leadership in Land Conservation

STATEMENT: Audubon Commends Senator Bradley for Leadership in Land Conservation

— Sen. Bradley Files Bill to Protect Natural Florida and Fund Florida Forever
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.