Join us in helping to restore one of Florida's largest natural resources.
FOLA is a citizen advocacy group focused on restoring Lake Apopka to its once pristine condition.
Once a fishing paradise known for its trophy bass, Lake Apopka endured nearly 5 decades of pollution along its shores, creating one of Florida's most polluted lakes.
We have seen great progress over the last 20 years, but we still need your support! JOIN TODAY and be a part of one of the greatest environmental success stories of our time.
Board meetings are held quarterly. All meetings are at 6:00 pm at the Oakland Nature Preserve, and are open to the public.
Oakland Nature Preserve
747 Machete Trail, Oakland, FL 34760
Next Meeting Date:
Tuesday, June 6th, 2023
We Need Your Help
If you or anyone you know is interested in joining FOLA or serving on the Board of Directors please contact us.
We need advocates who can donate time and energy into raising awareness this year.
The West Orange Times Observer published an article 2015 Forecast: Lake Apopka, outlining our progress with Lake Apopka.
Click here to view our detailed Timeline document.
Lake Apopka Tour
University of Central Florida student, Joshua King, has been scanning historic FOLA documents for the RICHES database (Regional Initiative for Collecting the History, Experiences & Stories of Central Florida).
Our historic documents can be accessed here in the UCF RICHES database.
To read Mr. King's blog, click here.