The Everglades Foundation honors the legacy of John Marshall and the Arthur R. Marshall Foundation

Florida Coastal Communities in Crisis

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

  Communities all across South Florida are suffering from an ecological and economic crisis due to water pollution and wasteful management of water that is needed to protect America’s Everglades. Nearly 400 billion gallons of fresh water have been wasted to tide this year alone. This is water that should be stored, treated and re-routed … Read More

George Barley Water Prize Launching in Summer 2016

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

The Everglades Foundation is dedicating five years and $10 million to show the world how serious phosphorus water pollution is. The $10 million grand prize, the largest science prize in history to focus on clean water, is expected to attract more than 80 applicants from over 10 countries. The grand prize will go to the … Read More

The side of America’s Everglades you won’t see on TV…

Monday, May 16, 2016

To celebrate the National Park Service’s centennial in 2016, NBC’s Today Show visited the Everglades to go slough-slogging through Everglades National Park and sail the pristine waters of Florida Bay. The segment highlighted the beauty and biodiversity that makes the Everglades one of the world’s most diverse and unique ecosystems – home to over 70 threatened … Read More