Nestled in the northern reaches of the Banana River is a 10,500-acre sanctuary for manatees called the Banana River No...
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PROTECT OUR WATERS
Anglers For Conservation’s mission is to inspire new generations of marine stewards through angling education, habitat restoration and applied conservation practices.
What We Do
Advanced Teen Angler Camps, Hook Kids on Fishing Programs, Train the Trainers
Surf Fishing Workshops, Veteran’s Angling Workshops
Ecoscape Days, Take a Vet Fishing Day, Trash Clean-ups
Gumbo Wars, IRL Paddle Adventure, ORB Festival & Chowder Cook-off, Protect Our Waters Fundraising Party
Show Your Support! Your donations help Anglers For Conservation continue to inspire new generations of marine stewards.
Latest Blog Posts
A lifelong resident of Brevard County Warren enjoys the beach and lagoon life to the fullest. Surfing fishing and sailing...
The Honorable Bill Posey The House of Representatives Washington, DC 20515 Dear Congressman Bill Posey, I appreciate the attention you...
Summer Fertilizer Bans Start June 1 Skip The Fertilizer to Protect The Waters That Make Florida Fun! The partners of...
Thank you for taking interest in Anglers For Conservation and our mission statement of “raising a generation of marine stewards.”...
Along its entire 156-mile length, there has been an increasing number of people protesting about the current dreadful condition of...
AFC’s Annual Protect Our Waters Fundraising Awards Party is set for Sunday, November 13th at Front Street Park’s Civic Center...
Another way you can support AFC is by opening a TD Bank account. Or, if you already have one, mention...
Anglers for Conservation is now on Amazon Smile. In case you don’t know what Amazon Smile is, it is a...
Mention AFC and most people think of Hook Kids On Fishing. It is our longest standing and most popular community...
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