Western Panhandle Partnership

Building a network in Escambia, Santa Rosa, and Okaloosa counties to address threats to native wildlife and their habitats in coastal ecosystems, and achieve a balance between conservation and opportunities for responsible, ecological-sound human activities.

Working Group Meetings:

View the presentations from the May 24-25, 2011 forum

Partner Organizations

Participating Agencies

Participating Organizations

FWC Facts:
Our bass fisheries provide significant value to our state. Ensuring healthy lakes and rivers benefits many species of fish and wildlife as well as trophy fisheries.

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