The Constantly Changing Florida Environment: Invasive Species Are One More Complication in Land Development vs Conservation

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First, the general rule: Florida land development has always been at odds with those who want to conserve and protect the natural environment of our beautiful state. Developers, like all of us, marvel at how truly magnificent this area can be: those involved in planning, designing, surveying, building, financing - all the facets of corralling the wilds for the use of people - also appreciate the beauties of our beaches, sunsets, glades, not to mention all the wildlife which enriches our state (e.g., our earlier post on the Florida Panther).

It's not that developers are blind to beauty: it's just that they are dedicated to serving the needs of the human population in transportation, economic growth, living standards, and the like. Land development, at its best, accommodates the beauty of nature along with the needs of the population. Conservationists may not always trust this to be true, however.

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