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  • Affiliate Interest
    is interested in affiliation with the Florida Wildlife Federation please read the following information The Florida Wildlife Federation was established in 1937 by a group of hunting and sportsmen s organizations that joined with similar groups across the United States to establish the National Wildlife Federation to promote conservation of America s fish and wildlife resources Now in our 79th year the Federation s base of support has broadened to represent sportsman conservationists and people concerned about increasing threats to fish and wildlife as well as the quality of our environment Today the Federation is represented and supported by private citizens including our traditional constituents as well as a diverse group of conservation minded citizens from all across Florida FWF is a statewide non profit citizens organization which promotes through education and advocacy the conservation which includes protection restoration and sound management of Florida s fish and wildlife and their habitats both for today and for future generations The Federation also encourages the public s appreciation of Florida s environment through ethical sustainable resource based outdoor recreation That s why the strong base of support built over the years is so very important now and why the participation of affiliate organizations has always been so vital to the success of the Federation If you share our goals and objectives we would like to discuss your group s possibile affiliation with the Federation At present the dues for your organization would be 100 00 per year plus 1 00 per each member over 100 members All officers in your organization will receive the Federation s publication Florida Fish and Wildlife News after affiliation In addition we can provide the publication electronically to all of your members if email addresses are submitted Your organization will be encouraged to send a delegate to

    Original URL path: http://www.fwfonline.org/How-To-Help/Affiliate-Interest.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • 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 A Wildlife Habitat GreenStar Certification Sweepstakes FWF Scholarship Fund Partners In Conservation Hands Across The Sand Everglades Foundation The Wildlife

    Original URL path: http://www.fwfonline.org/How-To-Help/Partners-In-Conservation.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • Donate | Donate To The Florida Wildlife Federation
    consider making a contribution in support of the Federation s legal efforts to preserve Florida s fragile wild spaces Most of the legal work for Federation is handled at a significantly reduced rate by environmental attorneys who truly wish to see Florida s waters clean and her environment forever preserved FWF Scholarship Fund at the University of Florida Department of Wildlife Ecology Conservation The Florida Wildlife Federation established an endowed scholarship fund at the University of Florida Foundation in 2004 The Scholarship Program was initiated by Tim O Brien the Federation s first Eagle Club member 1 000 member who hoped to motivate other Federation members and University of Florida WEC alumni to donate to the scholarship endowment fund The intent is to build the fund to 100 000 Currently the fund is about two thirds of the way to this goal through the generous donations of many members and supporters The scholarships are merit based and focus on students pursuing a career in fish and wildlife conservation research or related fields The scholarships are awarded each year in April Please make your contribution directly through the UF Foundation s website https www uff ufl edu OnlineGiving FundDetail asp FundCode 013403 The fund number for the FWF Scholarship Fund is 013403 The fund number for the Federation Scholarship is 013403 and is listed under IFAS funds Donations can also be made by sending a check payable to the University of Florida Foundation and noting on the check that the donation is for the Florida Wildlife Federation Scholarship Fund 013403 The address is University of Florida Foundation Inc P O Box 110170 Gainesville FL 32611 0170 Donations for this fund may also be sent to the FWF Office at P O Box 6870 Tallahassee FL 32314 6870 attn Diane Hines Take

    Original URL path: http://www.fwfonline.org/How-To-Help/Special-Donations.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • FWF Photo Contest
    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 A Wildlife Habitat GreenStar Certification Sweepstakes FWF Scholarship Fund Photo Contest The 2016 FWF Photo Contest will begin in May Help protect Florida s wildlife and participate in the FWF annual photo contest Take photos and enter them into our contest with eight

    Original URL path: http://www.fwfonline.org/Programs/Photo-Contest/FWF-Photo-Contest.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • Create A Florida Wildlife Habitat
    Sweepstakes FWF Scholarship Fund Zachary s Habitat Orlando FL Create A Florida Wildlife Habitat The Florida Wildlife Federation in concert with National Wildlife Federation is offering all Florida residents an opportunity to take part in the Wildlife Habitat Program click here to read more FLORIDA HABITAT GUIDE Guide to establishing and certifying your habitat By Pat Pearson If you are unable to open the PowerPoint guide please click here for a free download from Microsoft HABITAT PHOTO GALLERY ANNEX PHOTO GALLERY Send your habitat photos to Pat Pearson VIDEOS Check out our habitat video resources ADDITIONAL HABITAT INFORMATION GARDENERS AGAIN PLEASE PLANT MILKWEED FOR THE MONARCH BUTTERFLY Here is as conplete a piece as I can produce about planting milkweeds for monarch butterflies for Florida residents I know you have seen this information before but it is worth repeating There has been so much printed about the decline in the monarch population that I m sure you know how desperate their situation is so please try to help this beautiful and amazing and unique butterfly 08 04 2015 Million Pollinator Garden Challenge Launched to Reverse Decline of Pollinators The Florida Wildlife Federation is adding its support to the National Wildlife Federation and dozens of conservation and gardening organizations as well as seed groups that have formed the National Pollinator Garden Network 06 05 2015 Good News For Wildlife Habitats There is good news for wildlife habitat owners and others who want to plant and maintain their yards in a manner beneficial to wildlife 10 04 2009 The Decline of The Pollinators The numbers of pollinator insects in America is declining rapidly Please don t say Ho Hum 10 04 2009 CLIMATE CHANGE AND GARDENING How Climate change can affect gardening 10 04 2008 Kid s Habitat Contest GENERAL ENTRY INFORMATION

    Original URL path: http://www.fwfonline.org/Habitat/Florida-Wildlife-Habitat-Center.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • Friends Donations of Stock Special Donations Programs FWF Photo Contest Create A Wildlife Habitat GreenStar Certification Sweepstakes FWF Scholarship Fund Bald Cypress Barbara Bowen Withlacoochee State Forest Greenstar Certification Program The Florida Wildlife Federation would like to acknowledge its members personal commitment to a clean and healthy environment through the Florida GreenStar Certification program Everyone can participate The questionnaire is set up for condo apartment and single family home residents

    Original URL path: http://www.fwfonline.org/Programs/GreenStar/Green-Star-Certtification-Program.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • in Cash You Could Be A Winner For more details check out the 2016 Fish Or Cruise Letter Ticket Contributions are 5 00 each Six tickets for a 25 00 contribution 15 tickets for a 50 contribution or 35 tickets for a 100 contribution Your donation is important to the initiatives of the Florida Wildlife Federation Click here to play now To receive a set of tickets via U S Mail please send your name and address to FishCruiseSweeps fwfonline org or call 850 656 7113 to request sweepstakes tickets Please limit email requests to one packet of tickets per individual The Fish or Cruise Sweepstakes drawing will be held Thursday June 16th 2016 at 3 00 pm at the Florida Wildlife Federation Headquarters 2545 Blairstone Pines Drive Tallahassee Florida Drawing supervised by Carroll and Co Inc Certified Public Accountants Tallahassee Florida Open to all residents of the US including the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico 18 years of age or older Employees and Board of Directors of FWF their advertising and promotion agencies prize providers and their immediate family defined as spouse parents children siblings and grandparents and household members of each are not eligible to enter The winner will be notified promptly by mail and telephone Payment not required to win Presence at drawing not required to win Winner is responsible for all applicable local state and federal taxes Void where prohibited by law Florida Wildlife Federation Inc is the source of funds used to award cash prizes or to purchase prizes Please allow 60 days for delivery of the cash prize For more details check out the 2016 Fish or Cruise Sweepstakes Letter and our Official Rules Good Luck Proceeds will be used right here in Florida to pursue vital fish and wildlife programs from the

    Original URL path: http://www.fwfonline.org/Sweeps-Archive/FishorCruise/2016-FishorCruise-Sweepstakes.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • A WINNER HAS BEEN SELECTED IN THE FLORIDA WILDLIFE FEDERATION'S 7th ANNUAL KIDS' WILDLIFE HABITAT CONTEST
    WILDLIFE FEDERATION S 7th ANNUAL KIDS WILDLIFE HABITAT CONTEST Date 04 26 2016 April 7 2016 Contact Diane Hines or Patricia Pearson FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 850 656 7113 KENWOOD K 8 CENTER IN MIAMI IS NAMED WINNER IN FLORIDA WILDLIFE FEDERATION S 7th ANNUAL KIDS WILDLIFE HABITAT CONTEST Kenwood K 8 Center in Miami Florida has been named the winner in the Florida Wildlife Federation s 7th Annual Kid s Wildlife Habitat Contest The statewide contest is open to all children in Florida 12 years old or younger who have helped to establish and maintain a place where food water cover and a place to raise young is available for Florida s wildlife Kenwood students have established a butterfly garden with the help and guidance of teacher Fridel Pedrique that holds all things necessary to attract and sustain Florida s native and migratory butterflies Ms Pedrique feels especially pleased that they have been able to attract and keep proper conditions for the rare Atala butterfly This butterfly requires a specific host plant the native coontie which grows well in the garden Breeding and thriving in Kenwood s garden are also monarch butterflies which have been the subject of much attention nationally as their population nationally has declined about 90 in recent years causing great efforts among different environmental groups as well as the federal government to plant milkweeds for this migrant butterfly to use along its migration routes from Canada and the U S to Mexico The monarch is the only butterfly to migrate long distances as some birds do and the monarch s only host plant is milkweed Kenwood s Butterfly Garden also is home to many other kinds of butterflies such as the Polydamas Swallowtail the Giant Swallowtail the Gulf Frittilary and the Zebra Longwing which is Florida

    Original URL path: http://www.fwfonline.org/News-and-Pressroom/A-WINNER-HAS-BEEN-SELECTED-IN-THE-FLORIDA-WILDLIFE-FEDERATION%27S-7th-ANNUAL-KIDS%27-WILDLIFE-HABITAT-CONTEST.aspx (2016-05-01)
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