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Winter 2013

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In This Issue:

  • Connecting Youth to our National Parks
  • Florida Celebrates First Annual Everglades Day April 7th
  • Director’s Letter by John Adornato, III
  • National Park Ranger Academy to Open at Miami Dade College
  • A Win for the Florida Panther in Big Cypress National Preserve
  • Calendar of Events

Previous Issues

Winter 2012 (PDF, 844 KB)

  • Preserving Florida Panther HabitaT
  • Civil War History Along the Sun Coast
  • Reflections from the Director, John Adornato III
  • Pushing for Progress in Biscayne National Park
  • Biscayne National Park and Its Nuclear Neighbor
  • Connecting People to Parks
  • A Forgotten Promise: The Land & Water Conservation Fund
  • Great Waters Restoration: Everglades and Beyond

Winter 2011 (PDF, 1.7 MB)

  • A Milestone in Everglades Restoration
  • Restoring Our Great Waters
  • Reflections from the Director
  • A Fund for our National Parks
  • Coral Reef Restoration Project Buoyed by Nature Valley Support
  • Engaging Americans
  • Taking National Parks into the Classroom
  • Many Ways to Protect Florida Bay

Winter 2010 (PDF, 674 KB)

  • Eco-Mariners Protect Fragile Florida Bay
  • A Message from Regional Director John Adornato III
  • Legal Victory Helps Stem South Florida Sprawl
  • Pythons Invade the Glades
  • A Repaired, Restored and Growing Jean Lafitte
  • Waters Begin to Flow in Everglades Restoration
  • Florida Bay Recovers From Space Race Canal
  • A CCC for the 21st Century
  • Recycling Comes to the Virgin Islands

Center for State of the Parks Reports

Biscayne National Park
January 2006
Florida Bay
December 2005

 

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