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Florida gets federal grants to support habitat conservation for endangered species including scrub jay listen09/29/11 Olivia Kabat
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Last month the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced $53 million in grants given to 17 states for habitat conservation planning for endangered species. Floridaâs grants will benefit the Florida scrub jay and three endangered plant species.
The Florida grants allow states to work with conservation groups and private landowners to create conservation plans to ensure the survival of endangered species. Theyâre possible because of the Endangered Species Act. Through the Habitat Conserva...Be the first to comment
01/28/11 Lisa Marzilli
WMNF Drive-Time News Friday Listen to this entire show:
Gov. Rick Scott appears to be fulfilling his campaign promise to get âright to workâ and run Floridaâs government like a business. Heâs wasted little time stacking his new administration with some controversial appointments like Billy Buzzett, who now heads the Department of Community Affairs. Buzzettâs a former executive with the St. Joe Company which owns close to 600,000 acres in northwest Florida. Itâs not just environmenta...Be the first to comment