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*Correction: In the Crossing the Finish Line article of the Summer 2016 issue, the affiliation of the Principal Investigators of the project “Living Shorelines: Engaging Communities While Stabilizing Historic Sites” is the University of Central Florida.

Action Plans and State Wildlife Grants in the News: 

December 2014 - The Blue Ribbon Panel on Sustaining America's Diverse Fish & Wildlife Resources External Website

October 2014 - Finding Funding for Our Nation's Wildlife External Website

February 2006 - News Release - Florida's Wildlife Legacy Initiative Takes Top Priority Adobe PDF (137KB)

February 2006 - Florida's Wildlife Magazine features Florida's Wildlife Legacy Initiative Adobe PDF (551KB)

December 2005 - Florida's Strategy officially accepted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Adobe PDF (99KB)

November 2005 - Daytona News-Journal - Florida Submits Plan to Protect Species Adobe PDF (81KB)

December 2004 - The Ledger - State Drafts Wildlife Plan Adobe PDF (86KB)

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FWC Facts:
Approximately 1.7 million acres of Florida's remaining natural areas have been invaded by nonindigenous plant species, which have degraded and diminished our ecosystem.

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