2010 Florida Statutes
Nature-based recreation; promotion and other assistance by Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Nature-based recreation; promotion and other assistance by Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.—
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is directed to assist the Florida Commission on Tourism; the Florida Tourism Industry Marketing Corporation, doing business as VISIT Florida; convention and visitor bureaus; tourist development councils; economic development organizations; and local governments through the provision of marketing advice, technical expertise, promotional support, and product development related to nature-based recreation and sustainable use of natural resources. In carrying out this responsibility, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission shall focus its efforts on fostering nature-based recreation in rural communities and regions encompassing rural communities. As used in this section, the term “nature-based recreation” means leisure activities related to the state’s lands, waters, and fish and wildlife resources, including, but not limited to, wildlife viewing, fishing, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, camping, hunting, backpacking, and nature photography.
s. 100, ch. 99-251.