South Florida Wildlands Association

LAST UPDATED: October 15, 2018
Environment & Public Spaces
South Florida Wildlands Association (SFWA) is dedicated to the protection of wildlife and wildlife habitat in the Greater Everglades. Our mission is broad and focuses on public policy as it impacts the quantity and quality of lands, both public and private, available to native wildlife in our region. SFWA carries out our work through a number of means. Those include meetings and submission of extensive written and oral comments to decision makers in federal, state, and local agencies such as the National Park Service, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, and the Miami-Dade County Commission. SFWA is also heavily engaged in environmental education in this community. We provide information through our popular Facebook Page, emails to our supporters, and interviews that we provide to the local press, radio, and television. We also give talks at various community organizations and educational institutions. Finally, SFWA conducts fieldwork in areas critical to South Florida’s wildlife but are threatened with various development projects in order to document baseline conditions and impacts.
1404 East Las Olas Blvd.
Box 30211
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33303

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BOARD

President
Nova Southeastern University
Patrick Kerr
Secretary
Treasurer
West Virginia University
Mercedes Diaz
Board - member at large
Patrick L. Kerr Ph.D.
Treasurer

STAFF

Matthew Schwartz
Executive Director
Mara Shlackman
Legal Consultant
Stephanie Hernandez
Communications

Financials

This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.

ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET
$15,000