UPDATE: Defenders of Wildlife joins four other environmental groups who endorse the efforts of Save Guana Now to stop development at the Outpost. Mike Adams, Senior Florida Representative at Defenders of Wildlife provided the following statement:
"It makes sense for many economic and ecological reasons to conserve this 99 acre tract that is contiguous to the 12,000 acre Guana River Marsh Aquatic Preserve and part of the 73,000 acre Guana, Matanzas,Tolomato National Estuarine Research Reserve, one of only 29 such reserves in the country. Evidence exists that the Outpost property likely contributes important habitat for over a dozen imperiled wildlife species to include the gopher tortoise and many aquatic wading birds."
Thank you Defenders of Wildlife! And thank you North Florida Land Trust, 1000 Friends of Florida, Audubon Society and Sierra Club for continuing to stand up for preserving environmentally sensitive land at the Outpost. See their endorsements on our
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Nicole Crosby and Gary Coulliette
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