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Education

TEACH – UNDERSTAND – LOVE – CONSERVE

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

LACOSTE has proudly partnered with The Everglades Foundation since 2013 to support, educate, and promote the importance of the threatened Everglades ecosystem. In working through our latest co-branding partnership, we were inspired by a quote from Baba Dioum that states, “In the end, we will conserve only what we love, we will love only what … Read More

THE EVERGLADES CELEBRATES THE 72ND BIRTHDAY OF EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK ALONGSIDE COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

  Sunshine and blue skies greeted students, political dignitaries and community champions as they arrived at Everglades National Park on Friday, December 6, 2019. The occasion? The 72nd anniversary of the park, which was dedicated by President Harry Truman in 1947. In celebration of this major anniversary, The Everglades Foundation, in partnership with the Miami … Read More

A Friday With Fellows & Frazer

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

  The Everglades Foundation provides fellowships and scholarships to support graduate research students actively pursuing the development of innovative scientific methods to advance our understanding of and support the restoration of America’s Everglades. This year, we received 19 applications to the ForEverglades Fellowship & Scholarship Program and we were able to award 9 graduate students … Read More

BURMESE PYTHONS IN YOUR BACKYARD

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

BY DR. RUSCENA WIEDERHOLT WHAT’S TALLER THAN A GIRAFFE, WEIGHS UP TO 200 POUNDS, & CAN SWALLOW DEER IN A SINGLE GULP? YOU GUESSED IT, THE NOTORIOUS INVADERS OF SOUTH FLORIDA… Nary a cocktail party passes when a stranger, learning of my job, doesn’t ask about pythons. These giant snakes have captured our horror and … Read More

THE FLORIDIAN FLAMINGO

Monday, May 20, 2019

BY DR. RUSCENA WIEDERHOLT YOU’VE SEEN THEM EVERYWHERE! ADORNING FLOWER BEDS AND POOLS, GRACING NEON SIGNS AND GLASSES, PEEKING OUT FROM DRESSES AND SHIRTS. THE ICON OF THE TROPICS… The mere mention of this wading bird conjures up images of white sand beaches and aquablue water. While amingo depictions have neverstrayed far from Florida, the history of the … Read More