Saving hundreds of acres in the Western Everglades was the topic of Oct. 30 biodiversity lecture

Conserving wetlands and endangered wood stork habitat in the Western Everglades was the topic of Stetson University College of Law’s Edward and Bonnie Foreman Biodiversity Lecture on Oct. 30. The lecture by Jan Goldman-Carter, National Wildlife Federation wetlands and water resources counsel, was the last in the series this semester at Stetson Law in Gulfport. Jan Goldman-Carter discussed a conservation effort to save critical wood… » Read more

Stetson Law crosses borders to protect wetlands: Professor and Stetson students help draft resolution adopted in Bucharest, Romania, in July

Stetson University College of Law Professor Royal Gardner and several Stetson Law students played a significant role in the adoption of a resolution on wetland conservation at a global conference in Bucharest, Romania, in July. The Eleventh Meeting of the Conference of the Parties of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands adopted the resolution by consensus. More than 160 countries are parties to this international treaty,… » Read more

Miami Herald December 2010 Professor Royal Gardner

Professor Royal Gardner spoke with the Miami Herald for the article, “Home builder must pay $460,000 for wetlands violations.”

International Cooperation: Protecting Wetlands

On Feb. 18, Stetson Law signed a memorandum of cooperation with the Ramsar Secretariat.

Florida’s Vanishing Wetlands

Author Craig Pittman presented the Summer 2009 Biodiversity Lecture on June 22.

Journalist Speaks on Protecting Florida Wetlands, June 22

Journalist Speaks on Protecting Florida Wetlands, June 22 2009-06-22 Brandi Palmer Manager of Media Relations 727-562-7381 WHAT: Award-winning St. Petersburg Times reporter and author Craig Pittman will discuss the battle to protect Florida’s wetlands at Stetson University Col

Stetson Law Professor Royal Gardner selected as 2006 National Wetlands Awards winner

The Environmental Law Institute in Washington D.C. has selected Professor Royal Gardner as one of six winners of the 2006 National Wetlands Awards.