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Conservation photographer wows Elliott Museum’s luncheon guests

STUART — Noted conservation photographer and author Mac Stone sees nature through eyes of wonder and amazement, and his work…

Editorial: Don’t set up Everglades reservoir for failure

For years, residents have demanded an end to damaging discharges from Lake Okeechobee, imploring water managers to send water south…

J.McLaughlin announces partnership with The Everglades Foundation

J.McLaughlin has a new limited-edition cashmere collection to kickoff its partnership with The Everglades Foundation, a Florida-based nonprofit that is…

Poor Lake O health not good for coastal areas

Scientists believe Hurricane Irma wiped out the vegetation that grows in Lake Okeechobee. So what does that mean when discharges into the…

Palm Beach Billionaires Sip Tap Water at Benefit for Everglades

With Jimmy Buffett in the house, there was no shortage of Margaritaville Tequila or LandShark Lager to toast 25 years…

District zeroes in on reservoir design

SOUTH FLORIDA — The South Florida Water Management District has determined that the fate of the Everglades and estuaries further north,…

‘A Journey Through the Everglades’ being offered at Feb. 23 luncheon

The Elliot Museum presented a blockbuster event last spring when nationally-recognized journalist Mara Liasson headlined its “History in the Making” luncheon.…

SFWMD picks smaller reservoir to cut Lake Okeechobee discharges; water quality questioned

Good things come in small — if 17,000 acres can be considered small — packages, according to the South Florida…

Water district board to consider final reservoir plan this week

SOUTH FLORIDA — The clock is ticking for the South Florida Water Management District to choose between one of five…

Scientists: Everglades ‘critically endangered’

We know it as a grassy, slow-moving river that is a wetlands preserve home to a number of species.   Scientists are…

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