Citizens across the state are working hard to place the Florida Water and Land Conservation Amendment on the November 2014 ballot!
We've banded together because deep funding cuts are seriously jeopardizing the great work Floridians have been doing for decades to protect what's best about Florida: miles of beaches, beautiful parks, crystal clear springs, endless opportunities to swim, bike and fish, and an amazing diversity of plants and animals. The Amendment will allocate less than one percent of our state budget (starting in with $648 million in 2015) to keeping our waters clean and to protecting our beaches, springs, wildlife habitat and other natural areas for future generations!
To place this important amendment on the November 2014 ballot, we need 683,149 valid petitions signed by Florida voters. To reach that threshold, we must gather at least 910,000 signatures, and with more than 900,000 petitions collected, we are 99% of the way there!
Here's how you can help us collect the remaining signatures we need