Category Archives: The Everglades Foundation

ForEverglades Gala Was a Tremendous Success

Over the holiday weekend the Everglades Foundation held their 10th annual ForEverglades Benefit in Palm Beach, which was a sold out event. All in attendance were in store for an educating and entertaining night. The night started with guests being informed about the Everglades by award winning broadcaster Bryant Gumbel, continued with a short video… Read More »

2015 ForEverglades Gala Just Confirmed This Year’s Headliner

In case you needed any additional reasons to attend the 2015 ForEverglades annual dinner it has now been confirmed that this year’s headline performer will be Steven Tyler and his touring band, Loving Mary. This year’s event will take place on February 14th at The Beakers and would be an excellent Valentine’s Day gift to… Read More »

Florida Votes on Conservation Measures Today

Chris Havlicek’s Home State Votes on Conversation Amendment Florida, Chris Havlicek’s current home state, is home to plenty of wildlife, wetlands and natural environments like the Everglades. Today, on voting day, Florida residents will vote on Amendment One. The amendment would use real estate taxes to buy and maintain lands that would help sustain conversation… Read More »

Chris Havlicek Supports the Everglades Foundation Contribution to Cape Sable Project

The Everglades Foundation has contributed $143,000 to the first phase of plugging four canals at Cape Sable in an attempt to stop the threat of rising sea levels. Damaging vegetation, debris and salt water are flooding into the cape causing severe damage. So instead of waiting for government aid and work to continue, the Everglades… Read More »

The Everglades Foundation Offer $10 Million Prize for Phosphorous Solution

As a Florida resident, Chis Havlicek is an avid supporter of the Everglades Foundation, whose aim is to protect and preserve the Everglades. As of late, expressive phosphorus from farmland and urban areas is threatening the indigenous wildlife of the Everglades and waterways throughout the world. To solve the problem, the organization has partnered with… Read More »