The wetlands of Florida are a staple to the tourist economy. It would be worth committing more funds as there would be a return on the investment. Not only does protecting the wetlands protect Florida's economy, it also protects nature. The wildlife of the Florida wetlands is a source of income and a way of living for Florida natives.
Yes, I believe Florida should increase the funds and resources it earmarks for wetlands protection. Florida's climate is well suited to the cultivation of a vast wetlands ecosystem. In addition to providing a large diversity of marshes, swamps, plants, and animal life, the wetlands would also give stability to Florida's long shoreline.
Especially, since Florida gets hit by so many hurricanes. The wetlands provide a barrier to slow down hurricanes and also halt flood waters. The wetlands also purify water, protect wildlife, and provide food for people and animals alike. The state of Florida would be smart to make sure that they monitor and guard the wetlands very closely.
The state of Florida should commit additional funds and resources to wetlands protection. Wetlands provide very important ecological functions. Wetlands are a primary habitat for hundreds of waterfowl, birds, fish, other mammals and insects. Wetlands also naturally filter the water that eventually becomes the drinking water we drink. Wetlands also prevent soil erosion and combat greenhouse gasses.
The state of Florida commit additional funds and resources to wetlands protection. Too many of these wetlands are being invaded forcing the wildlife to relocate. We need to keep as much of it as we can because eventually there will not be any wetlands left for us to fight about.