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Florida is home to multiple species of mosquitoes. Many of them are ecologically important as food for other wildlife, especially some smaller birds, fish, amphibians, and other insects. But, some mosquitoes are associated with major diseases. Two species found in Florida Aedes aegypti and Ae.…Read Full Story >>
Our lobbyist Sue Mullins and Policy Chair Eugene Kelly made a wonderful presentation at the conference on becoming a Citizen Lobbyist. Being an advocate for Good Environmental Policy supports the mission of the Florida Native Plant Society. The presentation explains the realities of lawmaking,defines lobbying, and explains how you can become a Citizen Lobbyist. It compares the various ways to contact your legislatures and why some are more effective than others. We can all become Citizen lobbyist, its simple, its important, and it is the right thing to do!