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  • March 28, 2012 - Explorers Traverse Volusia Conservation Lands. For the past 10 days, a trio of explorers has paddled, hiked and biked though Volusia County conservation lands and farms, moving north on a 100-day, 1,000-mile expedition to highlight plans for a corridor of natural lands and waterways from Florida Bay to the Okefenokee Swamp. The Daytona Beach News-Journal
  • March 26, 2012 - Wildlife Corridor Expedition Crosses Florida's Wildlife Barrier - I-4. The Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition started their trek in January at the tip of the Everglades, and they plan to end it next month at the Okeefenokee Swamp in Georgia. WUSF
  • March 23, 2012 - Photographers Travel 1,000 Miles to Highlight the Importance of the Florida Wildlife Corridor. Florida is home to some of the country's most important swamp and mangrove habitats—including the famed Everglades —and many of these areas are protected in state and national preserves. TreeHugger


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About the Florida Wildlife Corridor Project

The Florida Wildlife Corridor project is a collaborative vision to connect remaining natural lands, waters, working farms and ranches from the Everglades to Georgia, protecting a functional ecological corridor for the health of people, wildlife and watersheds.
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Meet the Team

The explorers treking the 100-day, 1,000 mile expedition are photographer Carlton Ward Jr., bear biologist Joe Guthrie, conservationist Mallory Dimmitt and filmmaker Elam Stoltzfus.

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