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FWC treats Bay County lakes where invasive plant found

June 13, 2013 

Left untreated, giant salvinia can spread rapidly and cause problems. 

1 millionth plug of marsh grass planted for habitat restoration

June 11, 2013 

Big Bend Power Station in Apollo Beach is site of new donor marsh. 

Longleaf pine management workshop coming to Ebro

May 24, 2013 

The free June 4 all-day event is for interested landowners and land managers.  

Action plans for 16 species ready for review

April 26, 2013 

Includes burrowing owl, sandhill crane, fox squirrels. 

Longleaf pine management workshop coming to Marianna

April 26, 2013 

May 15 at the Jackson Co. Agricultural Center. 

Lake Wales Ridge WEA management plan hearings scheduled

April 16, 2013 

May 1 in Sebring; May 2 in Bartow. 

Volunteers needed at Highlands Hammock State Park

April 16, 2013 

Help remove sand pines April 26-27. 

FWC invites public to hear, comment on 10-year plan for Joe Budd Wildlife Management Area

March 22, 2013 

The public hearing is 7 p.m. Thursday, April 4, in Gadsden County.  

Gov. Scott proclaims March 16 'Save the Florida Panther Day'

March 14, 2013 

The Florida panther once ranged across the southeastern United States, but is now found primarily in South Florida. 

FWC shuts down crime ring selling priceless Florida artifacts

February 27, 2013 

Undercover operation results in more than 400 felony charges against 13 people. 

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