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Give thanks for Florida’s great outdoors, those who protect it this holiday season

November 19, 2014 

Chances are we’ll see some of them out working while others are recreating. 

Patrolling, protecting, preserving: yesterday, today, tomorrow

October 02, 2014 

Though there have been many developments in the management of Florida’s natural resources, the goals have remained quite similar. 

New officers hit the ground – and water – running!

June 27, 2014 

FWC officers enforce all state laws as well as federal fisheries and wildlife laws. 

Celebrate summer with safe boating

May 21, 2014 

Nothing says the start of summer better than a sunny day and a boat ride with family and friends. 

FWC officers encourage conservation every day, not just Earth Day

April 24, 2014 

FWC officers have interacted with over 3,000 already in 2014. 

Lee Lawshe is FWC's 2014 Officer of the Year

January 15, 2014 

Lawshe works in St. Johns County, will represent FWC throughout the year at various events. 

Give thanks for many things this holiday season

December 04, 2013 

More than 200 members of the FWC's Division of Law Enforcement have served in the military, are currently on active duty or are active in the reserves or National Guard. 

Stay safe, be responsible on public lands

October 28, 2013 

All safety precautions and resource laws are of vital importance, on both public and private lands. 

FWC officers: Ready in an instant

September 25, 2013 

They don’t work what most people would call traditional hours. 

FWC officers-to-be living the recruit life

August 21, 2013 

Protecting our valuable natural resources requires a broad knowledge of Florida’s fish and wildlife and a mastery of many technical skills. 

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