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The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is accepting comments on the springs restoration projects under consideration for funding in FY 2022-23. more
Rep. Val Demings (FL-10) voted for, and the House of Representatives passed, H.R.2377 – the Federal Extreme Risk Protection Order Act. more
June is the Great Outdoors Month in Florida. This is the month to honor the state's abundant natural resources and the nation’s best recreational opportunities. more
The legislation is a targeted package of bills, all previously supported by Demings, to close obvious loopholes in America’s gun laws, prevent mass shootings, and protect law enforcement officers and the public. more
This summer, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Florida State Parks and its partners will advance outdoor access for all Floridians through the Real Florida Reader Program. more
Air can have dust, pollen, salt from sea spray, volcanic ash, and smoke. Highly populated areas can have higher rates of air pollution, which can cause health problems.  more
Six years after the law had passed, and five years after it was supposed to produce the new rules, the agency finally announced that it had drafted the new regulations. There’s just one little problem. The language in DEP’s new rules was about the same as the old rules that the state was using when issuing permits in 2016. more
The Serenity Garden will be a one-acre “park within a park” where people of all ages and abilities may experience and enjoy nature. more
The Golden Orb spider: Genus - Nephilia.  The name comes from the Greek Nen, meaning to spin, and Philos, meaning to love.   Thus "loves to spin."  more
If your goal is to have income after retirement so you can maintain your standard of living without working, an annuity may be an effective option for you. more
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