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Saturday December 25, 2004 - 12:19 AM
Central Florida - Wekiwa Springs State Park, Rock Springs State Reserve, Lower Wekiwa River Preserve
Central Florida - Wekiwa Springs State Park, Rock Springs State Reserve, Lower Wekiwa River Preserve
Central Florida - Wekiwa Springs State Park, Rock Springs State Reserve, Lower Wekiwa River Preserve
Central Florida - Wekiwa Springs State Park, Rock Springs State Reserve, Lower Wekiwa River Preserve
Central Florida - Wekiwa Springs State Park, Rock Springs State Reserve, Lower Wekiwa River Preserve
Central Florida - Wekiwa Springs State Park, Rock Springs State Reserve, Lower Wekiwa River Preserve
Central Florida - Wekiwa Springs State Park, Rock Springs State Reserve, Lower Wekiwa River Preserve
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    EE-Link
    EE-Link is a participant in the Environmental Education and Training Partnership (EETAP) of the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE). Courtesy: The WWT Website Team

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    E/The Environmental Magazine
    E/The Environmental Magazine was conceived during the "Greenhouse Summer" of 1988, amid reports of medical waste on New Jersey shores, fires in Yellowstone National Park, and increased public interest in environmental problems.
    Earth Force, Inc.
    Our new on-line database and watershed action tool will allow monitors to enter their data using a variety of data collection methods and procedures for chemical monitoring, biological monitoring, land use assessment and physical assessment.
    EE-Link
    EE-Link is a participant in the Environmental Education and Training Partnership (EETAP) of the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE).
    Environmental Law Institute
    For more than three decades, the Environmental Law Institute has played a pivotal role in shaping the fields of environmental law, policy, and management, domestically and abroad. Today, ELI is an internationally recognized, independent research and education center.
    Environmental News Network
    ENN is the largest and longest-running portal in the global business of the environment. Since 1993, we have worked closely with leading nonprofit groups, academia and corporations to create the definitive on-line destination for environmental information and services.
    Everglades Online
    The Everglades Online (EOL) database is a 'webliography' covering the greater Everglades ecosystem. EOL provides access to both the increasingly-rich body of online or Internet-based information resources relating to the south Florida environment, as well as to the published literature that is available through 'traditional' channels such as libraries, bookstores or other information providers.
    GreenNet
    GreenNet is a not-for-profit collective dedicated to supporting and promoting groups and individuals working for peace, human rights and the environment, through the use of Information and Communication Technology
    The Florida Department of Environmental Protection
    The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is one of the more diverse agencies in state government. More than 3,000 DEP employees serve the people of Florida. DEP goes beyond the routine function of many other state environmental agencies that protect air quality, water quality and ensure proper waste management.
    The Friends of the Wekiva River
    The Friends of the Wekiva River (FOWR) is a nonprofit organization working to preserve the beauty and natural functions of the Wekiva River System by promoting and protecting the aesthetic and recreational values of the river system.
    The North American Association for Environmental Education
    The North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) is a network of professionals, students, and volunteers working in the field of environmental education throughout North America and in over 55 countries around the world. Since 1971, the Association has promoted environmental education and supported the work of environmental educators.
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