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Restoring a Species

In the last 50 years, annual quail populations are down 85 percent in the United States. Learn how a former private hunting plantation in Florida is leading the way to bring them back. 

Hurricane Michael Resources

Check our Hurricane Michael page to find an updated list of office closures and resources for disaster recovery.

Preserving Old Florida

The Lightsey family has been running cattle in central Florida since the 1850s, but development encroaches on their legacy. Learn how Cary Lightsey and his brother Layne have put 90 percent of their land into conservation easements to protect it. 

Feeding Independence

This urban farm in Jacksonville, Florida, not only provides fresh produce to a community, but helps feed and train the homeless. All carrying on the legacy of the city’s “Angel of Mercy.”

Saving the Florida Scrub-Jay

The Florida scrub-jay is on the brink of extinction. Fred Hunter wants to give them a home. Known as “Mr. Scrub Jay” to friends and family, he has dedicated himself to protect this charismatic bird and the habitat it depends upon.


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