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Public workshops seek input on managing bears in Big Bend

November 24, 2014 

In Homosassa, Dec. 2; Dade City, Dec. 3; Chiefland, Dec. 4. 

FWC sponsors online anchoring survey working with partners

November 24, 2014 

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is sponsoring an online public survey as part of its continued partnerships with local governments and boaters. The survey, which is accessible at MyFWC.com, discusses anchoring issues in state waters within local jurisdictions and potential ways to resolve conflicts. 

FWC looks to increase hunting opportunity, from a new WMA to expanded turkey-hunting hours

November 21, 2014 

If passed, the opportunities would be available beginning with the 2015-16 season. 

Further discussion needed for Lake Orange, Lochloosa, Newnans natural resource management

November 17, 2014 

Update on the Orange Creek Basin Stakeholder engagement process, follow-up to Sept. 25 meeting.  

FWC to meet Nov. 20-21 in Key Largo

November 13, 2014 

The public will have opportunities to speak both days. 

Community meeting in Orlando on coyotes set for Nov. 13

November 10, 2014 

In the 1st floor Commission Chambers of the Orange Co. Administration Buildling, 5:30-7:30 p.m. 

Public comments for Law Enforcement reaccreditation assessment sought

November 06, 2014 

Accreditation holds an agency to a higher level of accountability. 

Help plan the future of Escribano Point WMA

October 27, 2014 

Public meeting Nov. 6 in Gulf Breeze. 

Largemouth bass management subject of Oct. 22 meeting

October 03, 2014 

At the Palm Bay Bass Pro Shops from 6-8 p.m. 

Public workshops for input on managing bears in south central Florida

September 22, 2014 

Sebring, Oct. 7; Lakeland, Oct. 8; Punta Gorda, Oct. 9. 

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