Not going to hunt in Florida Public Parks

Will Steverson Stay Or Go?

Posted on November 19, 2015

https://walkingwiththealligators.wordpress.com/2015/11/19/will-steverson-stay-or-go/

Thank you Jamie Holmes, WFTV 9 News this morning.

https://www.facebook.com/jamieholmes.wftv/

Someone keeps telling me to write something nice?

And I keep saying,

“I live in Florida, it is very hard to find something good to write!”

Today we have a little change for you?

A Key State Senate Committee has pressured the (EPA) Environment Protection Agency’s Jonathan P. Steverson calling for a halt to hunting and logging in our Public Parks!

You should stop and think about this for a moment or two?

What Committee and when did this take place?

A little vague on in-put wasn’t it?

However, The morning group gets 5 stars every morning

from this house

for trying to find good things in Florida to report!

 Still think that your Tweets, Facebook and WordPress outrage is doing nothing to halt the assault on our wildlife in this country and the world?

Please keep your written bombardments coming,

the plants, animals, fish and Mother Earth need your help

from greedy humans!

Psalm 102:17

17 – He will regard the prayer of the destitute,

and not despise their prayer.

This, the following should tell you everything you need to know

about the EPA!

Governor Rick Scott appointed Jonathan P. Steverson as Secretary of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, effective December 29th 2014.

The start of the death of the

Florida Department of Environmental Protection! 

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Florida’s lead agency for environmental management and stewardship, is one of the more diverse agencies in state government – protecting our air, water and land. The vision of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection is to create strong community partnerships, safeguard Florida’s natural resources and enhance its ecosystems.

The department is focusing on six strategic goals to help achieve this vision:

Focus taxpayer resources on projects that provide a direct benefit to the environment and local communities.

Establish and consistently use clear metrics to evaluate and strengthen the department’s programs, activities and services.

Partner with communities and businesses to protect natural resources and promote economic growth.

Improve the quality of natural resources through long-term planning, restoration and maintenance.

Empower employees to solve problems through innovation and efficiency.

Proactively communicate a clear and consistent message both internally and externally.

http://dep.state.fl.us/mainpage/default.htm

 

Jonathan Steverson at a Northwest Florida Water Management District function

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Jonathan P. Steverson

Credit Northwest Florida Water Management District

So, what does Mr. Steverson have to do with the St John’s Water Management District you might ask?

MONEY!

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