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Nearly 140 Organizations, Businesses, Homeowner Groups, and Municipalities currently support the Hold the Line Campaign!

Elected Officials that support the campaign:
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Mayor Carlos Gimenez, Miami-Dade County

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Organizations and Businesses that support the campaign:
Audubon of Florida is the Florida State Office of the National Audubon Society
Julie Hill, Everglades Policy Associate
(305)371-6399 x 136
Audubon's mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats, for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity. To realize the mission of the National Audubon Society in Florida, Audubon of Florida conserves, protects, and restores Florida’s unique natural systems.
Clean Water Action
Cara Capp
South Florida Community Organizer
Clean Water Action/Clean Water Fund
199 NE 199th Street, Suite 106
Miami, Florida 33179
305.653.9108 fax
Clean Water Action is a national citizens' organization working for clean, safe and affordable water, prevention of health-threatening pollution, creation of environmentally-safe jobs and businesses, and empowerment of people to make democracy work.
Everglades Law Center, Inc.
Richard Grosso
Executive Director/General Counsel
(954) 262-6140
The ELULC is a non-profit law firm dedicated to representing the public interest in environmental and land use matters. We use advocacy, negotiation and litigation to protect and restore South Florida’s environment. It is also our mission to increase the availability of legal representation to citizens and organizations working to protect our environment who cannot otherwise secure competent legal representation. We believe that public policy will not truly effectuate the public interest unless and until persons representing the public interest have meaningful access to lawyers. The lack of available legal representation on the side of the environment is the single greatest reason for the dramatic decline of our most precious resources.
National Parks Conservation Association
Dawn Shirreffs - Everglades restoration Program Manager
The mission of the National Parks Conservation Association is to protect and enhance America’s National Park System for present and future generations. NPCA believes that appropriately planning for growth includes ensuring that development is consistent with, and helps to enhance, the natural and cultural values of National Parks in the area. Everglades and Biscayne National Parks and Big Cypress National Preserve are nationally important areas that draw many visitors and form the backbone of our region’s economy and identity. NPCA is committed to working with gateway communities to help steer economic growth in a sustainable, park-friendly direction.
Sierrra Club Miami Group
Mark Oncavage, Chair, Sierrra Club Miami Group
Tel. 305-251-5273.
Sierra Club has more than 700,000 members. It is the oldest and largest environmental organization in the United States. For more than 100 years, the Club has been instrumental in preserving nature's most splendid wildlife places - Grand Canyon National Park, Yellowstone National Park, the Florida Everglades and Yosemite National Park - to name just a few. From community activism to lobbying at the national level, Sierra Club helps people take action when action is needed. The Miami Group with over 3,000 members and the Florida Chapter with over 32,000 members, work tirelessly to preserve Florida's natural environment. The Sierra Club also sponsors scenic outings in the Miami area, throughout the United States, and around the world.
The South Florida Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice (SFICWJ)
The South Florida Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice (SFICWJ) is a network of clergy and lay leaders representative of the interfaith community of Miami-Dade County, Florida. Hundreds of Clergy, lay leaders of faith-based organizations, and religious activists of Miami express their concern for the working poor through our efforts. The SFICWJ Board of Directors endorses the "Hold the Line Campaign" to link the UDB issue to solutions for truly "attainable housing" based on a full range of income, neighborhood and family friendly policies that go far beyond the cost of a housing unit. We can't merely "grow" our way out of poverty.
Tropical Audubon Society, Inc.
Laura Reynolds, Executive Director
The Tropical Audubon Society (TAS) is a group of dedicated citizens who care about the quality of South Florida's environment. Established in 1947, we are a chapter of the National Audubon Society and Audubon of Florida. Our headquarters, the Doc Thomas House, is a Miami-Dade County Historic site on three sub-tropical acres of native habitat in South Miami.
Tropical Audubon's purposes are:
1) Conservation - to work toward protection of the natural world and to promote wise stewardship of natural resources, especially native plants and animals and their habitat;
2) Education - to promote, among members and the public of all ages, an understanding and appreciation of nature, the environment, and ecological relationships; and,
3) Enjoyment - as a society of members with compatible interests, to enjoy together the study and protection of nature. We believe in the wisdom of nature's design and we seek to foster and promote ecological consciousness in our community.

Urban Environment League of Greater Miami
Fran Bohnsack, President
945 Pennsylvania Avenue
Suite 100
Miami Beach, FL 33139
The Urban Environment League of Greater Miami is composed of people from many walks of life who have one thing in common: concern for the community. In particular, the League is concerned with the appearance and beauty of our community, the efficiency of its functioning, and the integrity of its governmental process.