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Manley Fuller leaves Florida Wildlife Federation

Manley Fuller

Manley Fuller, who has led the Florida Wildlife Federation since the 1980s, is leaving his post effective Feb. 1. Fuller, a North Carolina native, says he is returning to his home state to become vice president of conservation policy for the North Carolina Wildlife Federation.

In a letter to FWF members, Fuller outlined the successes FWF has seen in expanding and linking many state parks and state-owned lands, preserving and protecting wetlands around the state and helping to secure dedicated funding for state conservation land acquisition.

Preston Robertson will serve as acting president until a permanent replacement is announced.

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