During this time of uncertainty and social distancing due to the COVID-19 virus, we want to wish all FWF members and supporters the best of health. Please be safe, wash your hands and stay at least six feet from others.
Call for 2020 Board Director Nominations
Experience the Ocklawaha River through Film and Stories. Tuesday, Feb. 25 ∙ 5:00 to 7:30 p.m.
At the end of the 2019 Legislative Session, legislators passed a law that will create three new massive toll roads in what remains of rural parts of the Florida peninsula.
Gulf of Mexico Deep-Sea Corals Need Treats Not Tricks This Halloween
Seagrass supports ocean life, protects coasts, boosts economy and faces threats
The Florida Wildlife Federation is proud to offer prints of this imaginative new
painting from Wildlife Artist Peter R. Gerbert. "Firefly Skies" is now available
as a signed and numbered canvas print, limited to 200. Image size 12 by 18
inches, UV coated, framed (ready to hang) and unframed.
On July 16, 2019, Florida Wildlife Federation (FWF) attorneys defended the will of the people at the appellate court in Tallahassee. This case stems from the overwhelming support of voters in 2014 in approving Amendment 1, the Water and Land Legacy Constitutional Amendment, that was to provide adequate funding for land conservation and thereby water protection in our state in the face of growth.
In November 2014, Floridians voted overwhelmingly in support of Amendment 1, the Water and Land Legacy Amendment, the purpose of which was to fund Florida Forever and other land and water conservation programs.
At the Florida Wildlife Federation’s Annual Conservation Awards Banquet held June 22, 2019, at the Mission Inn Resort and Spa, seven outstanding Florida conservationists were recognized for their conservation achievements.