Anhinga – Mac Stone
Florida’s wildlife depends on clean water and open spaces. Although anhingas have learned to live with man in waterfront communities, they are vulnerable to environmental impacts lower on the food chain. Image ©Mac Stone
Marsh Maze at Cedar Key - Carlton Ward
Aerial Photograph of the historic Cedar Key fishing community, just south of the mouth of the Suwannee River. image ©Carlton Ward
Florida Keys Ecosystems – Jeff Ripple
Protecting the Keys will enhance nature-based recreational opportunities for millions of visitors and help ensure the survival of rare plants and animals, some found nowhere else. image by ©Jeff Ripple
And My Father Before Me – Chris Still
Catesby's lily in the Kissimmee-St. John's River Connector – Judd Patterson
Florida Panther – Carlton Ward
The iconic Florida Panther depends on our success in maintaining intact connections between vast open spaces. Image © Carlton Ward
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Everglades Atlas Exhibit at Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary

Everglades Atlas Exhibit at Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary

From Jan 7 – Feb 28, ten place-based works of art from LINC’s Greater Everglades Conservation Atlas will be on exhibit at Audubon’s Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary. Please plan to join us for an Artist Reception on January 23. Generously funded by RBC Blue Water Project and in... more

Seven Runs Creek Florida Forever Project Completed

Seven Runs Creek Florida Forever Project Completed

August 20, 2013 – News Release by Governor Rick Scott, Staff Governor Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet today approved the purchase of nearly 21,000 acres of conservation land as part of a partnership between the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, The Trust for Public... more

The Newest ArtsLINC Project - Everglades: America’s Wetland

The Newest ArtsLINC Project – Everglades: America’s Wetland

Conservation photographer Mac Stone is currently working with the University Press of Florida to produce Everglades: America’s Wetland, a large format coffee table book which showcases the natural beauty of the Everglades. With its publication in fall 2014, the book will feature 250 of Stone’s... more

Expedition Members featured on “America The Wild”

Expedition Members featured on “America The Wild”

National Geographic Television explored the lesser-known Everglades Headwaters with Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition members. Guided by Expedition member Joe Guthrie, America the Wild star Casey Anderson learned about the population of Florida black bears that inspired the Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition and the habitat that... more

Carlton Ward Jr. Wins a Charlie Award

Carlton Ward Jr. Wins a Charlie Award

Featured in FORUM, the magazine of the Florida Humanities Council, “Journey to the Heart of Florida,” by Carlton Ward Jr., earned a 2013 Florida Magazine Association Charlie Award for Best In-Depth Reporting. Photojournalist Carlton Ward Jr. offers to change the way you see Florida. Through... more

Conservation Victories for the Panther Glades

Conservation Victories for the Panther Glades

KISSIMMEE, FLA; May 22, 2012 – The Nature Conservancy A large and continuous piece of land critical for wildlife passage and the natural recovery of the Florida panther was purchased and protected by a collaborative public and private partnership in an outstanding effort to accomplish... more