The Florida Wildlife Corridor is a collaborative, science-based vision to connect contiguous natural lands, forests, farms and ranches throughout the length of Florida. Carlton founded the Florida Wildlife Corridor outreach campaign in 2010 and led Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition in 2012 with bear biologist Joe Guthrie, conservationist Mallory Lykes Dimmitt and filmmaker Elam Stoltzfus. Their 1000-mile, 100-day trek from the Everglades to Okefenokee showed that a connected corridor is still possible. Carlton is continuing his work to share the Florida Wildlife Corridor story with increasingly wider audiences through photography, public education and advocacy. Photography projects include an expanded network of trail cameras, geo-referenced aerial photography, in-depth reporting of regional corridor stories, sustained publishing and focused outreach to stakeholders and lawmakers. Your support will help Carlton celebrate the people and wildlife at the heart of Florida whose lands and waters we still have a chance to protect. By showcasing these stories, we can help Floridians rediscover our living heritage and keep it thriving for future generations.
See more of Carlton's work at CarltonWard.com and learn about the broader initiative at FloridaWildlifeCorridor.org.
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