Pine rockland forests, which provide habitat for rare and imperiled species, are increasingly scarce in South Florida outside of Everglades National Park. Due to relentless development, they has been reduced to just 2 percent of its original acreage.
Now a developer wants to destroy some of the last remaining 88 acres to make room for a strip mall named "Coral Reef Commons," leaving dozens of plant and animal species defenseless and homeless. The only thing standing in the way of this destruction is still-pending permission from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
We need to stop this from happening. Using the form, tell the Service you don't support destroying precious pine rockland forests for development.
April 28, 2017 Action Alert ID# 501
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