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Mark your calendar and plan to join CCA Florida and the UCF Biology Department this summer for several habitat restoration project opportunities in Mosquito Lagoon!
 
Join us in assisting Dr. Linda Walters with the department’s ongoing habitat restoration program in the Lagoon.  Projects like these are leading to progressive improvements in water quality and are helping to protect and restore our state’s marine habitats for the future.  Be a part of great work!  Dates include:
 
June 1, 2, 4, 5, 12, 13, 15 + 16
July 6, 7, 8 + 9

Read more: Summer Habitat Restorations Opportunities

For the Love of Florida
 
Most Floridians understand the importance of coastal habitat restoration. But did you know what a difference these projects are making in our state?  And how joint efforts by various conservation groups and volunteers are protecting and restoring Florida’s marine habitat for the future?
 
Check out the latest in CCA Florida habitat restoration projects and the progress we’re making with partner conservation groups. Thanks to our friend C.A. Richardson of Flats Class for helping share our story!
 
Help us spread the word by sharing this video, or supporting the Building Conservation Trust, CCA’s national habitat funding program.  Not a CCA member? Join now to make a difference.

Three-day season in 2017 marks new low in federal management of popular fishery

Washington, D.C. – May 2, 2017 -- On the same day that NOAA Fisheries announced the shortest recreational red snapper season in history, Mark Ray, chairman of CCA Texas, was testifying before a Congressional hearing on dismal federal management of the fishery in the Gulf of Mexico. Ray told the House Subcommittee on Interior, Energy and the Environment, chaired by Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-Texas), that red snapper is a man-made fishery management disaster.

Read more: CCA testifies before Congress on red snapper fiasco

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