Fact Sheet: Investing in Land and Water Conservation for Resources, Recreation, and Quality Communities

Fact Sheet: Investing in Land and Water Conservation for Resources, Recreation, and Quality Communities

FloridaForever_FactSheet_Cover_2014Investment in land and water conservation continues to be a critical method of ensuring water quality and quantity, preserving working lands, protecting the state’s wildlife heritage and providing recreation opportunities that enhance the quality of life of Floridians.

The economic recovery of Florida is tied to preserving and enhancing water and land resources at the same time Florida grows to become the third largest state in the nation. The plight of the Indian River Lagoon, Caloosahatchee Estuary, Florida’s springs, the Apalachicola basin, and protecting a statewide Florida Wildlife Corridor underscore the need for increased state investment in conserving and restoring Florida’s water and land resources.

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