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June 28, 2017

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Photos: Forever Florida Conservation

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For more than two decades, Florida Forever has been preserving natural Florida by purchasing and saving from developers individual parcels of land. Yet nearly three million acres of sensitive land and water have been identified that are still in desperate need of protection. Thankfully, in this year’s LINC calendar, the lenses of 12 celebrated conservation photographers have joined forces to focus on what remains to be saved. For more information or to purchase, go here.


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