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Expedition DVD and Book Now Available

Expedition DVD and Book Now Available

You may want to own your own copy of the DVD or give one as a gift. The companion book shares stunning photographs by Carlton Ward Jr. and essays by fellow explorers to bring the story to life in vivid detail. Travel with them to discover the rivers, swamps, prairies,... more
Florida Wildlife Corridor: the Missing Links

Florida Wildlife Corridor: the Missing Links

In 2013, LINC commissioned 14 photographers to capture images of Florida Forever parcels recognized as Critical Linkages. These high priority parcels were identified through the state’s Florida Ecological Greenways Network (FEGN), as the best remaining opportunities to functionally connect major existing public and private conservation lands across the state. They... more
Critical Linkages Geostory

Critical Linkages Geostory

LINC commissioned 14 prominent conservation photographers to document the Critical Linkages, to bring awareness to the highest priority needs to connect the Corridor. Follow the Corridor via this interactive map-based Geostory.
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 Land and landowner M.C. Davis... 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 56,000 exquisite Everglades photographs. The... more
View Expedition Film Online

View Expedition Film Online

From the comfort of your own home, join four explorers as they trek their way from the southern tip of the Everglades of Florida to the Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia. The entire film is now available for viewing on demand at Vimeo. For other segments from the Florida Wildlife Corridor... 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 must be protected for their... more
Governor and Cabinet Recognize Florida Wildlife Corridor and Expedition Team

Governor and Cabinet Recognize Florida Wildlife Corridor and Expedition Team

On June 4, Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet issued a resolution recognizing the Florida Wildlife Corridor as a visionary project to connect the remaining natural lands, waters, working farms, forests and ranches from the Everglades to Georgia. (read the resolution) The Expedition team of photographer Carlton Ward Jr.,... 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 his photography and writing, Ward... 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 species conservation. The conservation easements... more
Florida Cabinet Approves Camp Blanding Florida Forever Purchase

Florida Cabinet Approves Camp Blanding Florida Forever Purchase

TALLAHASSEE; March 7, 2013 – Florida Department of Military Affairs Governor Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet today approved the purchase of 1,578 acres in Clay County that will provide conservation value and military buffering for Camp Blanding as part of a Forever Florida Project. The acquisition of this land... more
A View From the Other Side of the Lens

A View From the Other Side of the Lens

LINC‘s contribution to the Florida Wildlife Corridor vision is via a project called Florida Wildlife Corridor: Critical Linkages. The purpose of this project is to raise awareness for specific parcels identified by the state of Florida as Critical Linkages between existing conservation areas (read report). While each of these proposed... more

Mollie Doctrow: Rosemary Hill

As she designed the shrine boxes and their placement, Doctrow reveals that “one of the most pleasurable aspects of the process is having that sense of wonder, finding that trial to walk and seeing what I can discover.”