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Gov. Ron DeSantis and his administration have approved 10 land and conservation easement acquisitions totaling more than 17,000 acres to preserve wildlife and natural habitats. more
The governor acted shortly after the Legislature sent him SB 102, containing its congressional redistricting map, on Tuesday morning. more
The Serenity Garden will be a one-acre “park within a park” where people of all ages and abilities may experience and enjoy nature. more
The Florida State Parks specialty plate is the first plate from the 2021 Legislative Session to meet all design, development, manufacturing, and presale requirements established to begin the distribution process. more
Coupled with sub-freezing temperatures and a persistent disease infecting citrus trees, Florida citrus growers have been fighting a battle on two fronts. more
Last week, the Florida Senate passed a bill 24-15 that has been criticized by distributed solar advocates as an attempt to gut rooftop solar in the state. more
We asked University of Florida fire ecologist David Godwin, who co-leads the Southern Fire Exchange, to explain the role the hurricane played in wildfires that forced over 1,000 people to evacuate their homes. more
State lawmakers have approved a bill this session that would allow juveniles to get into diversion programs if they have not been charged with “forcible felonies". more
The Never Drive Impaired campaign’s messaging tackles the common misconceptions many have when it comes to impairment behind the wheel. more
The report said 2.9 million children could re-enroll in public health programs if they lose coverage, but about 3.8 million would have to find other insurance coverage or become uninsured. more
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