Florida Ranchlands Environmental Services Project
World Wildlife Fund
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The Florida Ranchlands Environmental Services Project secured more than $5 million from state, federal and private sources to conduct a five-year pilot project that will identify and field test critical elements of a program to complement the existing restoration efforts by paying cattle ranchers to provide environmental services that will benefit the lake. The program will:
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