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  • Winners of the 2007 Green Car Sweepstakes
    vulnerable We are also working in partnership with other states on a sound energy policy for the future of the United States By taking part in our sweepstakes programs you ll be helping us conserve and protect the things we love about living in Florida Proceeds from the sweepstakes will be used to pursue vital programs right here in Florida from Pensacola to Key West including wetlands protection clean air and water efforts responsible outdoor recreation Everglades restoration public land acquisition and stewardship of fish and wildlife resources Thank you to everyone who participated in this important fundraiser On 15 November 2007 at 3 00p m a representative from the CPA firm of Carroll and Company drew the winning tickets for Florida Wildlife Federation s 1st Annual Hybrid Car Sweepstakes The top prize winners will be personally notified and the fourth and bonus prize winners will be notified by mail This year s Grand Prize is a choice of either a 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid or a Toyota Prius Second place prize is a pair of Liquidlogic Saluda kayaks complete with dry storage hatch backrest paddles spray skirts and life vests Third prize is 500 00 worth of merchandise of the winners choice from Cabela s outdoor catalogs Fourth prize 20 winners is a pair of high quality polarized Costa Del Mar sunglasses with UV protection Bonus prize 30 winners a copy of Florida Magnificent Wilderness State Lands Parks and Natural Areas a beautiful coffee table book of photos by world renowned photographer James Valentine with text on Florida s rich biodiversity by Dr D Bruce Means The following names have been drawn Grand Prize Choice of Car Richard Luba Jensen Beach Second Prize Pair of Liquidlogic Saluda Kayaks Edward Gilhuly Miami Third Prize 500 00 worth of merchandise from

    Original URL path: http://www.fwfonline.org/Sweeps-Archive/Car/Winners/2007-Green-Car-Sweeps-Winners.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • Gulf Restoration Fish Wildlife Policy Clean Energy Everglades Restoration Regional Offices and Programs See what s going on in your region Looking for FWF s Latest News You can find it here Press Releases FWF Activities Florida News Blog Social Media Florida Fish Wildlife News Publication How to Help Support Us Membership Sweepstakes FWF Partners Affiliate Organizations Conservation Allies Friends Donations of Stock Special Donations Programs FWF Photo Contest Create

    Original URL path: http://www.fwfonline.org/News-and-Pressroom/Florida-Wildlife-Federation%C3%A2%C2%80%C2%99s-New-Report-Demonstrates-Importance-of-Protecting-State%C3%A2%C2%80%C2%99s-Vulnerable-Coast-.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • Gulf Restoration Fish Wildlife Policy Clean Energy Everglades Restoration Regional Offices and Programs See what s going on in your region Looking for FWF s Latest News You can find it here Press Releases FWF Activities Florida News Blog Social Media Florida Fish Wildlife News Publication How to Help Support Us Membership Sweepstakes FWF Partners Affiliate Organizations Conservation Allies Friends Donations of Stock Special Donations Programs FWF Photo Contest Create

    Original URL path: http://www.fwfonline.org/News-and-Pressroom/Florida-Wildlife-Federation-Establishes-Matching-Grant-for--Donations-to-Florida%C3%A2%C2%80%C2%99s-Water-and-Land-Legacy-Campaign.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • Gulf Restoration Fish Wildlife Policy Clean Energy Everglades Restoration Regional Offices and Programs See what s going on in your region Looking for FWF s Latest News You can find it here Press Releases FWF Activities Florida News Blog Social Media Florida Fish Wildlife News Publication How to Help Support Us Membership Sweepstakes FWF Partners Affiliate Organizations Conservation Allies Friends Donations of Stock Special Donations Programs FWF Photo Contest Create

    Original URL path: http://www.fwfonline.org/News-and-Pressroom/Speeches-from-%22Speak-up-for-Silver-Springs-and-Florida%C3%A2%C2%80%C2%99s-Waters%22-Event.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • Gulf Restoration Fish Wildlife Policy Clean Energy Everglades Restoration Regional Offices and Programs See what s going on in your region Looking for FWF s Latest News You can find it here Press Releases FWF Activities Florida News Blog Social Media Florida Fish Wildlife News Publication How to Help Support Us Membership Sweepstakes FWF Partners Affiliate Organizations Conservation Allies Friends Donations of Stock Special Donations Programs FWF Photo Contest Create

    Original URL path: http://www.fwfonline.org/News-and-Pressroom/Injunction-Seeks-to-Restore-Money-to-State%C3%A2%C2%80%C2%99s-Conservation-Land-Buying-Fund.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • Gulf Restoration Fish Wildlife Policy Clean Energy Everglades Restoration Regional Offices and Programs See what s going on in your region Looking for FWF s Latest News You can find it here Press Releases FWF Activities Florida News Blog Social Media Florida Fish Wildlife News Publication How to Help Support Us Membership Sweepstakes FWF Partners Affiliate Organizations Conservation Allies Friends Donations of Stock Special Donations Programs FWF Photo Contest Create

    Original URL path: http://www.fwfonline.org/News-and-Pressroom/www.VoteYesOn1FL.org (2016-05-01)
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  • Florida Wildlife Federation Blog | Conservation, Florida Wildlife | Page 2
    artwork historic photographs and over 100 artifacts One wall has twenty two paintings by William Aiken detailing individual species of fish from the early twentieth century You will see fish mounts deep sea fishing rods reels including a Hendryx casting reel circa 1900 1919 vintage tackle and coveted trophies from the West Palm Beach Fishing Club and the Metropolitan Miami Fishing Tournament There are even photos and stories of some of Florida s most famous fishermen baseball great Ted Williams author Zane Grey and of course Ernest Hemingway The mighty tarpon was the first game fish to attract large numbers of tourists to Florida Florida has a long history of lure making Some lure makers formed large companies others set up working space in their homes and made lures for their friends Frank and Linda Carter of Tallahassee loaned their lure collection to the museum It spans from 1908 thru the 1940s Back in the good ol days fishing line was made of cotton silk or linen and had to be dried between fishing trips If the line was used in saltwater it had to be rinsed with fresh water before drying The line was wrapped around a line dryer to dry Be sure and play the Wii game that helps you learn the proper technique to reel in a fish Or use the touch screens in the next booth to learn how long it takes trash in Florida s lakes and shorelines to decompose Throughout the spring and summer the Museum of History will host educational programs to accompany the fishing exhibit The Joe Budd Aquatic Center will host a hands on presentation Where Fishes Live Habitat and Anatomy Tom Knowles will lecture on the Long Key Fishing Camp that opened in 1908 and touted some of the best fishing in the world Also scheduled is a cooking demonstration by Chef Justin Timinieri of the Florida Department of Agriculture Other speakers are renowned Florida fishing and outdoor writers Doug Kelly Terry Tomalin and Mark Sosin Schedule of Events Come visit Tallahassee s Museum of Florida History and learn why Florida is named the Fishing Capital of the World The Lure of Fishing exhibit will be on display until August 26 2014 About the Museum of Florida History The Museum of Florida History is part of the Florida Department of State s Division of Cultural Affairs and is located in the R A Gray Building at 500 S Bronough Street Tallahassee FL Hours are Monday through Friday 9 00 a m to 4 30 p m Saturday 10 00 a m to 4 30 p m Sunday and holidays noon to 4 30 p m Website Phone 850 245 6400 Free parking is available in the garage next to the R A Gray building Posted in Uncategorized Wildlife Corridor Expedition Event at Bok Tower Was a Huge Success Posted on March 18 2013 by dannygs On February 15th Florida Wildlife Federation Ancient Islands Sierra Lake Region Audubon Bok Tower Gardens

    Original URL path: http://www.fwfonline.org/blog/page/2/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Go Solar! | Florida Wildlife Federation Blog
    30 tax bracket you ll save 30 of the system cost over five years The return on investment is substantial and dependable unlike the Stock Market If electricity utility rates rise this return on investment is even higher And after paying off the asset you will enjoy decades of free electricity Solar systems come with a 25 year warranty but last even longer For agricultural solar applicants the USDA REAP can provide grants up to 25 of total eligible project costs and additional low interest loans loans for 50 of the project cost Solar systems that tie in to the electric utility grid enable reverse metering credit when the solar system is generating more electricity than is being consumed the excess electricity is fed back into the utility grid and the owner is given financial credit for that supplied electricity Some solar systems instead have a battery and the excess electricity is stored and can then be used during the night or during times of electric utility grid outage And some solar systems are a combination of grid tie in and battery storage or a hybrid system Battery technology has evolved providing more options considering price efficiency weight and capabilities Battery options range from lead acid batteries to lithium ion batteries to lithium iron phosphate batteries with smart electronics enabling automated appliance management Batteries convert electrical energy into chemical energy when charging and vice versa when discharging Lead acid batteries are most common Several lead acid batteries are typically required they are interconnected and called a battery bank Lithium ion batteries are lighter in weight have a much longer life span and require less maintenance Lithium iron phosphate batteries now enable facility electricity load management with remote control and monitoring This can be very important in reducing electricity costs due

    Original URL path: http://www.fwfonline.org/blog/2016/02/18/go-solar/ (2016-05-01)
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