The Federation’s Hall of Fame recognizes those individuals who have made a significant positive difference in the fight for the conservation of Florida’s natural resources.
Long-time FWF Board member and environmental advocate for the Everglades ecosystem and Ocklawaha River restoration.
Long-time FWF board member, noted journalist and environmental advocate for the Everglades region.
Florida Wildlife Federation Board Chair and recognized Guardian of the Everglades, conservationist and outdoorsman.
James M. Thomas
Protector and restorer of Lake Apopka, native Florida plant and species advocate.
U.S. Senator Bill Nelson
National legislative leader defending Florida’s coasts from oil drilling and advocate for the Everglades.
David J. White, Esq.
FWF Board Chair, environmental litigator promoted the sustainability of the Key deer, marine sanctuaries and a variety of conservation efforts.
Thomas W. Reese, Esq.
Environmental land use attorney successfully defended natural lands and waters from unwise development.
M. C. Davis
Renown environmental philanthropist and conservator of vast acreage in the Florida Panhandle; restorer of native habitats.
Environmental writer and ardent advocate for the Everglades and South Florida’s fragile ecosystems.
Monica Reimer, Esq.
Environmental attorney and litigator, advocate for Lake Okeechobee, Fisheating Creek and the cause of conservation across Florida.
David Guest, Esq.
Environmental attorney and litigator on a wide range of environmental causes across the state.
National law firm dedicated to environmental protection and long-time legal partner of FWF on a myriad of conservation issues.
Governor Bob Graham
National leader in environmental advocacy, land conservation and water protection.
Nathaniel P. Reed
National and Florida leader in conservation, outdoorsman, environmental philanthropist and advocate for growth management.
David S. Anthony
National and Florida leader in conservation and ecological sustainability.
Paul Campbell Parks
Ecologist and Everglades expert, promoter of a sustainable South Florida and ‘Glades restoration.
Walter G. Brandon, Sr.
Board Chairman, long-time FWF Board member, outdoorsman and conservation advocate for South Florida sportsmen.
Governor Charlie Crist
State and national leader in conservation, water quality and quantity, and climate issues.
Herpetologist and professor at FIU, worked to save native habitats and species in South Florida and other areas.
J. Stephen O’Hara, Jr.
Florida Wildlife Federation Board Chair, NWF Board Member, outdoorsman and ardent conservationist.
Allan L. Egbert
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission and Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Executive Director.
Louise Ireland Humphrey
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commissioner and land conservationist.
Bob Butterworth, Attorney General
Attorney General, State leader in environmental causes, water and land conservation.
Florida Wildlife Federation Board member and longtime advocate for natural land and waters in Northeast Florida.
Robert J. “Jack” Stanley
Florida Wildlife Federation Board Chair, outdoorsman, conservationist and advocate for the restoration of the Ocklawaha River.
Marjorie Harris Carr
Leader in saving the Ocklawaha River and expanding land conservation in North Central Florida.
Robert Stossel, Sr.
Florida Wildlife Federation Board Member, Central Florida outdoorsman and advocate for public and private land conservation and public use.
B. F. “Biff” Lampton
Outdoors writer and recreationist, Everglades advocate, leader in banning gill netting in Florida’s coastal waters.
William “Bill” Blake
Florida Wildlife Federation Board Chair, Board member Marine Fisheries Commission and Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission.
Colonel Robert M. Brantly
Executive Director of Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, promoter of conservation law enforcement.
Ralph and Peggy Johnson
Florida Wildlife Federation Board Chair, outdoors people, ardent supporters of the Federation in every aspect of the organization.
Arthur R. Marshall, Jr.
Environmental scientist and activist, worked to save the Everglades ecosystem and Ocklawaha River.
Johnny and Mariana Jones
Florida Wildlife Federation President, outdoor recreationists and successful lobbyists for conservation in Florida.