UPDATE: Day 4, Road Trip to Restoration

UPDATE: Day 4, Road Trip to Restoration

Monday, October 31, 2016

ROAD TRIP TO RESTORATION DAY 4: “FROM STUART, A PERSONAL STORY OF DREAMS AND DISAPPOINTMENTS” by Eric Eikenberg CEO, The Everglades Foundation BOCA RATON, Fla. (October 30) — They stood out in the sea of tailgating Florida Atlantic University fans, wearing the bold, bright, “Big Red” of the opposing Western Kentucky University Hilltoppers. Michael Hudzina … Read More

OP-ED: Who’ll perform CPR on Everglades? South Florida chokes on guacamole

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Orlando Sentinel, Eric Eikenberg Imagine that one of Florida’s most important flood-control structures has been ruptured, and that every day, 1.5 billion gallons of toxic water is gushing into two of Florida’s most popular sport fishing, boating and tourist areas. Soon, a dark, smelly blue-green algae bloom forms in the waterways, with the consistency of … Read More

#NowOrNeverglades Agenda

Sunday, October 30, 2016

The “It’s Now or Neverglades: An Action Plan to Restore the Everglades, Protect Florida’s Water and Save Florida Tourism” is a step-by-step roadmap to guide state and federal legislators in their efforts to reduce the tides of blue-green algae that have ravaged the region’s coasts for two of the last four summers by building a … Read More

NEWS: ’Glades bus campaign heads toward Islamorada

Saturday, October 29, 2016

Florida Keys Keynoter, Kevin Wadlow Water flowing south through the Everglades and Florida Bay eventually reaches the Florida Keys, where a 12-day awareness campaign ends Nov. 6. “As part of Everglades restoration, we’re calling for the water to be sent south through the ’Glades and into Florida Bay,” Everglades Foundation chief executive Eric Eikenberg said … Read More