Day 100: The Journey is Far From Over


It is Day 100, and the Team has reached the end of its 100-day, 1,000-mile trek of hiking, biking, horseback riding and kayaking up the state of Florida and into Georgia.  While the swamp trudging may be over, the Florida Wildlife Corridor Project has just begun. With your help, the Team will continue its mission to protect the ecological corridor that is so vital for the health of people, wildlife and watersheds.

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  • April 24, 2012 - Florida Wildlife Expedition Wraps Up in the Okefenokee. Wildlife photographer Carlton Ward Jr., filmmaker Elam Stoltzfus, bear biologist Joe Guthrie and conservationist Mallory Lykes Dimmitt have wrapped up the traveling part of their Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition. WUSF
  • April 22, 2012 - Environmentalist Goes 100 Days and 1,000 Miles throufh Wilderness in Florida. Wild Florida isn't gone. That's one important thing environmentalist Carlton Ward Jr. can tell us as he finishes a 1,000-mile mostly self-propelled journey through our state today. Tampa Bay Times
  • April 21, 2012 - 100 Days of Promoting Florida's Wild Lands, 1 Step at a Time. Near the Florida-Georgia border on the Suwannee River  — It wasn't supposed to end this way, not after nearly 100 days and 1,000 miles of human-powered travel (plus a bit on horseback) along the entire length of the Florida peninsula. Orlando Sentinel

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Friday April 20, 2012 - Day 95
"The Expedition is in its final days. We are camping now on the Suwannee River, ten miles north of the town of Fargo, Georgia."  Click Here to Read More

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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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