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Bloomberg News: Paul Tudor Jones on Jeb Bush and the Everglades plus Steven Tyler performs at ForEverglades Benefit

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Before rocker Steven Tyler came out in a wild print shirt crooning “Sweet Emotion,” hedge-fund manager and philanthropist Paul Tudor Jones, in a grey T-shirt and black jeans, tried to whip up some political fervor. Invoking “we the people,” Jones asked everyone at the 10th annual benefit for the Everglades Foundation, including AMG’s Sean Healey, … Read More

Everglades Foundation sponsors Saltwater Media Summit

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

This October, the Everglades Foundation was proud to support the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership’s Saltwater Media Summit in Cape Coral, Florida. Founded by two fishermen in Florida Bay, the Foundation knows Everglades restoration is vital to preserving fishing, hunting and recreation in Florida. Anglers and the media had the chance to engage Florida’s Senator Bill … Read More

The Batchelor Foundation Announces $750K Challenge Grant-Your gift will help us reach our goal!

Friday, October 24, 2014

We are pleased to announce that The Batchelor Foundation recently confirmed its support for the Everglades Foundation’s science team with a $750,000 Challenge Grant. The grant will specifically support the Foundation’s strategic new initiative to develop an End-Point Everglades Restoration Plan to restore America’s Everglades and sustain south Florida’s water supply. From the Kissimmee River … Read More

Everglades Foundation announces 2015 Everglades Foundation Scholarships and Fellowships

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Each year, the Everglades Foundation provides fellowships and scholarships for advanced research in support of the restoration of the Florida Everglades. These are awarded to outstanding graduate research students actively working to advance our understanding of the Everglades’ physical, chemical or biological processes, or researching the economic impacts of environmental changes. We are pleased to … Read More