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Florida Wildlife Corridor Expeditions
Florida Wildlife Corridor is a nonprofit organization that seeks to preserve a natural corridor for wildlife to range through Florida. Their goal is to call attention, by a series of non-motorized expeditions through the state, to the importance of keeping this corridor free of development .

The Hillsborough River
The Hillsborough River is one of Florida's major waterways, an important natural resource. Read on to find out what makes this river so special.

Hillsborough River State Park
Hillsborough River State Park in Thonotosassa is one of the original state parks developed by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Fort Foster State Historic Site is located within the park. Many outdoor activities are available including camping and paddling on the Hillsborough River.

Highlands Hammock State Park
Highlands Hammoock State Park, one of Florida's oldest state parks, was developed in the 1930s. The Civilian Conservation Corps built much of the park's infrastructure. You can learn about the CCC at the Florida CCC Museum located within the park. You can also hike, cycle, camp, and view wildlife.

The Civilian Conservation Corps in Florida
The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) was created during President Franklin D. Roosevelt's first term when the U.S. economy was suffering in the Great Depression. Its purpose was to put unemployed men to work doing manual labor restoring natural resources. There were 86 CCC camps in Florida.


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