New Legislation, New Directions, New Challenges
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Go Zero Program
Using The Conservation Fund's (TCF) Go Zero Program, the Center for Environmental Studies at Florida Atlantic University offset travel and energy use associated with the conference by planting 19 trees at Red River National Wildlife Refuge. These trees will trap approximately 22.6 tons of CO2 over their lifetime. In addition to cleaning our air, the new forests at Red River will filter the water we drink, restore sensitive wildlife habitat and enhance public recreation areas for current and future generations.
For more information on the restoration site,
Red River National Wildlife Refuge: http://www.conservationfund.org/node/414
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
Appraisal Institute Members
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Visit this web page often for updates on earning credit for attending.
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The Nassau /Duval Shorebird Signage and Education Project
The goal of this project is to help protect the imperiled shorebirds that depend on the islands, shoals and beaches from the St. Johns River to the St. Marys River for nesting habitat, as well as for foraging and resting grounds during long migrations. This project is being developed through a partnership between Audubon of Florida, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection's Division of Recreation and Parks, FDEP Coastal Aquatic Managed Areas, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission the U. S Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, City of Jacksonville Parks, and Amelia Island Plantation, Company. Funds raised by this auction will provide for educational signage on the islands, shoals and beaches in addition to informational and interpretive displays at various access points in the region. Together, the partners will work to better protect our imperiled shorebirds for future generations to enjoy when they visit Florida's beautiful beaches.Please contact Doreen DiCarlo to contribute auction items.
|Karen J. Bareford||Department of Environmental Protection, Office of Coastal & Aquatic Managed Areas|
|Carol Bert||Northwest Florida Water Management District|
|Roger Clark||Lee County|
|Bill Cleckley||Northwest Florida Water Management District|
|Steve Coughlin||South Florida Water Management District|
|Callie DeHaven||The Nature Conservancy|
|Eric Draper||Audubon of Florida|
|Larame Ferry||Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission|
|Grant Gelhardt||Florida Department of Community Affairs, Florida Communities Trust|
|Marianne Gengenbach||Department of Environmental Protection, Division of State Lands (program chair)|
|Albert Gregory||Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Recreation and Parks|
|Dennis Hardin||Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Forestry|
|Charlie Houder||Suwannee River Water Management District|
|Laurie Ann MacDonald||Defenders of Wildlife|
|Bill Marvin||Future of Hunting in Florida|
|JB Miller||St. Johns River Water Management District|
|Sue Mullins||Florida Wildlife Federation|
|Cindy Radford||Department of Environmental Protection, Office of Greenways and Trails|
|Sandy Ray||Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Forestry|
|Ken Reecy||Department of Community Affairs, Florida Communities Trust|
|Kim Shugar||South Florida Water Management District|
|Matt Sexton||The Conservation Fund|
|Ellen Stere||Department of Environmental Protection, Division of State Lands|
|Eric Sutton||Southwest Florida Water Management District|
|Pepper Uchino||Trust for Public Land|
For more information contact: Doreen DiCarlo at CES
Phone: 561-799-8553 | Fax: 561-626-1404 |E-mail: email@example.com