For years, Floridians have worked to keep our streams, springs and lakes clean for people and wildlife. We've worked hard to restore treasures like the Everglades and to protect our beaches and shores. Yet, deep and continued budget cuts are putting our most cherished waters and lands in serious jeopardy.
State funds historically allocated to protecting and restoring critical conservation and restoration efforts will run dry unless voters pass the Water and Land Conservation Amendment. Without it, we could lose much of what makes Florida special.