Florida's Environment

Florida is comprised of a diverse environment, landscape and wildlife. From the Everglades to the Florida Keys, each region of Florida has its own unique qualities as well as plants and animals that inhabit these areas. Because of this, Florida is an ideal location for the study of the environment, ecology, and geology as it has much to offer those interested in these studies.

Beaches | Coastal Areas | National Seashores | State Parks | National Parks | Preserves | Sinkholes | Everglades | Florida Aquifer | Forests | Lakes | Caves | Rivers, Creeks & Streams | Springs | Wetlands 

The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) protects, conserves and manages Florida's natural resources including state parks and trails system, and enforces the State's environmental laws. Find Florida Geological and Environmental information from this official site.