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Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Mission:
Managing fish and wildlife resources for their long-term well-being and the benefit of people.
Brooksville Ridge Volunteer Program -
The Brooksville Ridge region includes public and private lands in Pasco, Citrus, Hernando, Sumter and Levy Counties. The Brooksville Ridge Volunteer Program is managed by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Volunteers who have a passion for conservation and the environment can help by working with scientists and land managers to:
- remove exotic plants,
- prepare lands for prescribed burns,
- assist with habitat restoration
- assist with management and
- participate in wildlife research
With increasing pressures on Florida's fish, wildlife, and habitats, we cannot accomplish our mission without volunteer assistance. The FWC benefits from the skills and dedication of our volunteers, and in turn, we strive to offer a fulfilling, meaningful, and satisfying volunteer experience.
Volunteers can make a positive impact by assisting with activities such as biological sampling and monitoring, habitat restoration, laboratory work, education and outreach, and more.
Volunteers work side by side with land managers, biologists, researchers and other volunteers. Volunteering a great way to meet interesting people, stay active and learn new skills.
More importantly, conservation volunteer work makes a difference and helps to preserve Florida’s native habitats and wildlife for future generations.
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