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Scotts backs $10 million prize for top anti-algae idea File photo

Toledo’s 2014 water crisis caused by a toxic-algae bloom in Lake Erie prompted the Everglades Foundation to fast-track the rollout…

World Water Day Celebration Culminates With $25,000 Prize For Technology To Reduce Contamination

Water, water everywhere, but a lot of it’s contaminated. That’s a theme of World Water Day 2017, which took place…

The Seagrass Of Florida Bay Is Under Siege — And Not For The First Time

Seagrass in Florida Bay has died off rapidly over the past couple of years. About 40,000 acres have been lost,…

South reservoir essential to Florida Bay’s health and the Keys economy

Much has been written about the impact of the proposed Everglades Agriculture Area reservoir on the Caloosahatchee and Indian rivers…

Palm Beach Civic Association sees Everglades up close on airboat ride

An airboat tour of the Everglades was on the agenda recently for members and directors of the Palm Beach Civic…

South Florida 100 Forum March 19

South Florida’s most influential people weigh in on current events. Read their thoughts on the biggest stories of the week…

Help the Everglades, help the economy | Editorial

Historic legislation to protect the Everglades and waterways throughout Florida continues to gain momentum in the Legislature. Not only should…

This bird has something to say about Florida Bay — and it’s not good

SOUTH NEST KEY Of the many ways used to diagnosis the health of the Everglades, the most bizarrely beautiful by…

South Florida 100 Forum March 12

Last week: Senate President Joe Negron’s support of the EAA Southern Reservoir project is our best hope to reduce discharges…

Fix water quality or Florida tourism will suffer, fishing and boating industries warn

TALLAHASSEE — The leaders of one of the nation’s largest outdoors companies, a major boat manufacturer, and tourism industry officials…

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