Florida

Environment and Science
3:33 pm
Thu September 26, 2013

Florida Supreme Court Approves Conservation Amendment

Update to a previous WFIT feature:

In recent years conservation funding in Florida has been cut by 97.5%. A coalition of volunteers spent the last several months collecting signatures across the state, in an attempt to return funding. The citizens and environmental groups behind this petition drive needed about a million signatures for the measure - known as Florida’s Water and Land Legacy amendment - to make it to the 2014 ballot. The Florida Supreme Court has just agreed that it satisfies legal requirements for placement on the ballot. The Water and Land Conservation amendment is the first constitutional amendment to be approved by the Supreme Court for the 2014 ballot, according to Florida’s Water and Land Legacy, the amendment’s sponsor.

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Coastal Connection
11:11 am
Tue July 31, 2012

Florida's Wild And Colorful Past In Story And Song

In this edition of Coastal Connection, we take a look at the upcoming production of  Alligators, Mosquitos and Determination, presented by Brevard Theatrical Ensemble and The Library of Florida History.

Events
4:48 pm
Tue June 12, 2012

Brevard Symphony Orchestra's 4th Of July Symphony Under The Stars

Join the Brevard Symphony Orchestra for a 4th of July Symphony Under the Stars concert at the City of Cocoa’s Riverfront Park. Experience an evening of patriotic songs and Pops classics under the beautiful summertime sky. Selections include excerpts from Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture and the Stars and Stripes Forever March by John Philip Sousa.