Our Mission & Purpose
FOLA is a citizen advocacy group focused on restoring Florida's 30,000-acre lake to its once pristine condition.
Once a world renowned fishing paradise known for its trophy bass, Lake Apopka endured nearly 5 decades of poor farming practices along its shores, creating one of Florida's largest polluted lakes.
We began advocating for the lake's restoration in 1991 and have seen great progress over the last 20 years, but we still need your support!
Join TODAY and become a part of one of the greatest environmental success stories of our time.
Click HERE to visit Peter May's blog, Volusia Naturalist, with some great images from Lake Apopka's North Shore Restoration Area.
July 2nd, 5:30 pm
Oakland Nature Preserve
Meetings are held the first Thursday of every month and are open to the public. Members are encouraged to attend.
Click HERE to read Jim Hawley's report on Minimum Flows and Levels (MFL) in the Upper Ocklawaha River Basin (UORB).
Florida's Amendment 1
75% of Florida voters who voted Yes for Amendment 1 want to use the Land Acquisition Trust Fund for the acquisition of parks and natural areas. If you agree, contact your Florida lawmakers NOW to urge them to fully fund Florida Forever.
Read about the latest efforts to organize environmental groups and local municipalities within Orange and Lake Counties, to form a coalition for leading the Lake Apopka EcoTourism projects.