Audubon Florida News

Available Now: Audubon’s 2012 Conservation Action Agenda

posted on November 10, 2011 in Assembly,Publications

Each year, representatives from our 44 chapters work together with staff to create a document that will serve as our organization’s focus for the coming year. At our yearly Assembly, participants debate and vote to pass the various priority resolutions – comprising of 3 statewide priorities and one for each of our 6 regions. On October 15 in Lake Mary, the 2012 Conservation Action Agenda was passed by Assembly attendees and then ratified by our Board Members. Please take a moment to read and study what will be our focus for the coming year.

Would you like to participate in the crafting of this document for next year? Contact your local chapter leaders to find out how you can have a say in Audubon of Florida’s conservation agenda. We are a chapter-driven organization that values member input. Join your local Audubon Society and help make a difference for Florida.

Download a copy of our 2012 Conservation Action Agenda here.

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