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Alliance for a
Livable Pinellas
Focusing on the environmental
health of our cities and county.
Projects and Accomplishments
Boating Task Force
Wall Springs Park
Gandy Wal-Mart
Ft. Desoto Park
Travatine Island
Mangrove Ordinance
Local Tree Ordinances
Shell Key Management Plan
Fertilizer Ordinances
Environmental Science Forum
Green Cities and County
County Park Board member
Brooker Creek Protection
St. Pete City Hall monthly meeting
Contact Information
For more information, please call 727-526-5065
Meetings are every third Monday of each month in
downtown St. Petersburg.
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Purpose
To share information on environmental issues and
government accountability
To provide a forum for member organizations to
discuss, debate, and build consensus on proposed
solutions
To make member organizations more effective through
collective action
Goals
To achieve a sustainable environment
To advocate on behalf of people, wildlife, plants,
habitats and natural systems
To increase the influence of citizens on the elected and
appointed government officials who represent them
To expand the role of citizens in decision making
Member Groups
Clearwater Audubon Society
Pinellas Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society
Sierra Club, Suncoast Group
St. Petersburg Audubon Society
Defenders of Wildlife
Environet
Environment Florida
Eckerd College Environmental Studies Program
Florida Consumer Action Network (FCAN)
Florida Public Interest Research Group (PIRG)
Gulf Restoration Network
Green Armada
Keep Pinellas Beautiful
Republicans for Environmental Protection (REP America)
Sojourner Truth Center
Southern Alliance for Clean Energy
Suncoast Chapter of Surfriders Foundation
St. Petersburg Bicycle Club
Tampa Bay Estuary Program
The Ocean Conservancy
Trust for Public Lands
Representatives of groups and individuals are welcome
to help make a difference for a better community.