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Regional Volunteer Locations Map

Regional Volunteer Programs

Statewide Programs


Help the FWC record sightings of a particular species.


Help the FWC gather information about a particular species or project.


Notify the FWC about a particular issue.

Aquatic Habitat Conservation and Restoration

Freshwater Fisheries

Gopher Tortoise

Hunter Safety

Kids' Fishing Clinics

Project WILD-K-12 Education

Red Tide Offshore Monitoring

Reserve Officer

Youth Hunting

 Partner Opportunities

FWC has partner opportunities for volunteers to work with other entities.


View the calendar and register for upcoming events.


For additional information on a specific volunteer program, please contact the program’s coordinator and/or contact a volunteer administrator for general inquiries.

FWC Facts:
Johnson's seagrass (Halophila johnsonii) lives only in Florida, and is the only federally listed threatened marine plant species.

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