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Take Action: Protect Shell Island at St. Andrews State Park
Shell Island is an incredibly important site for rare and threatened species including beach mice, sea turtles, wintering Piping Plovers and nesting Least Terns and Snowy Plovers. Unfortunately, it is also subjected to outrageous abuses.
Take Action: Clean Water Depends on Clear Standards
A new EPA rule clarification is a decade overdue, but powerful wetland destruction interests have lied about the rule's intent, creating a firestorm of opposition in the public record. Your voice is needed in support.
Take the Restore Florida's Gulf Pledge
On the fourth anniversary of the worst environmental disaster in United States history, Floridians are standing up for their Gulf Ecosystem. Take the pledge here.