Challenging economic times provide an opportunity to think differently about how we value resources and how to achieve our goals. For example, wildlife viewing is in an important outdoor activity in Florida, so ensuring those animals are thriving helps protect coastal economies, too. Partnering to find and use financial resources is also necessary to achieving our conservation goals.
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