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Foundation commits $13,000 to introduce women and youth to hunting

Tallahassee, FL (October 29, 2019) – The nonprofit Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida recently announced a $13,000 grant to the National Wild Turkey Federation – Gator Gobblers to introduce more women and youth to hunting. In addition to getting participants outside at the Little Orange Creek Preserve in Hawthorne, FL, the project will include […]

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Foundation Celebrates 25 Years of Conserving Nature and our Outdoor Heritage

Tallahassee, FL (October 24, 2019) –The non-profit Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida is celebrating its 25th birthday this fall. Since its founding, the foundation has raised and donated nearly $40 million to conserve Florida’s best lands, waters and wildlife, working closely with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and many other partners. […]

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Key West Marriott Beachside Hotel and Foundation Partner to Save Florida Corals

Key West, FL (October 17, 2019) –The non-profit Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida and Key West Marriott Beachside Hotel announced today a partnership to fund conservation and restoration of the coral reefs of the Florida Keys. The agreement was announced by Robert A. Spottswood, Chairman & CEO of Spottswood Companies, which owns the Marriott […]

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Suncoast Pier Completion Marks Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s 200th Work Boots on the Ground Project

Spring Hill, TN (August 14, 2019) — The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance (USA) celebrated the completion of its 200th Work Boots on the Ground (WBG) project this week as union volunteers put the final touches on a new wheelchair-accessible boardwalk and fishing pier at the Suncoast Youth Conservation Center (SYCC) in Apollo Beach, Florida. The multi-year, […]

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Foundation Receives $70,000 Grant from The Nature Conservancy for Manatee Habitat Restoration

St. Petersburg, FL (August 6, 2019) –The Nature Conservancy in Florida (TNC) has awarded the non-profit Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida $70,000 for improving manatee habitat at Warm Mineral Springs Creek in North Port, FL. Every fall, manatees congregate in Florida’s warmest waters, usually in natural springs or near the outflow of power plants. […]

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