The Florida Wildlife Federation advocates for the health and sustainability of our state’s unique plants, animals, and the ecosystems they support. Our goal is to empower every Floridian to act at the local, state, and federal levels to preserve our state’s natural beauty for generations to come.
Advocating for Conservation in Florida
Since the Federation’s inception in 1936, the organization has been a leader in conservation due in part to our ability to educate, empower, and galvanize intersectional support from all walks of conservation-minded people – from fishermen and -women to hunters, hikers, gardeners, bird watchers, wildlife enthusiasts, and more.
Despite the many challenges facing our state, including unchecked development, pollution, and growing impacts due to climate change, we’ve seen time and time again that when people organize and act, we can affect positive change at every level.
The fruits of our advocacy and organizing can be seen in recent wins for conservation.
With a base of committed supporters and stakeholders from the Panhandle to South Florida, the Federation understands that our best chance to protect Florida’s iconic species and wild places is through the advocacy of informed, resilient, and determined conservationists.
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