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A pollution alarm for Everglades after Florida’s super wet year, but how bad is it?

Water flowing into Everglades National Park during the wettest rainy season on record, along with a powerful hurricane, exceeded court-ordered…

Algal blooms return to Florida Bay

FLORIDA BAY — Algal blooms, which kill fish, suffocate seagrass and make life harder for those who rely on the…

Lake Okeechobee reservoir: Willing sellers contact SFWMD to offer more land

Published: Nov. 6, 2017 By: Tyler Treadway, tyler.treadway (at) tcpalm dot com WEST PALM BEACH — Planning for the reservoir south…

SCCF, Everglades Foundation Sponsoring Post-Irma Water Update

Tuesday, November 07, 2017 6:10 AM The Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation and the Everglades Foundation will present “The Caloosahatchee and Everglades:…

Algal Blooms Spreading Over Florida Bay

As soon as they could after Hurricane Irma, researchers went out onto Florida Bay to see how the estuary fared…

‘Wettest wet season ever’ is over in Southwest Florida

Say goodbye to daily rainfall patterns and the wettest rainy season on record: the dry season is here. November marks the…

Reservoir project moving forward

SOUTH FLORIDA — Florida Bay dodged much of the damage Hurricane Irma rained down when it swept through the Keys…

Finalists Announced In $10 Million Contest To Solve Algae Problems Plaguing Florida… And The World

They sound like environmental superheroes. “These teams are the planet’s best hope to solve this problem,” said Eric Eikenberg, CEO…

South Florida Water Management District to get input on reservoir south of Lake Okeechobee

State water managers will give information and take feedback on the proposed reservoir south of Lake Okeechobee during a public meeting…

Lake Okeechobee levels drop below 17 feet, but discharges continue

Army Corps protocols say the surface of the lake should be kept between 12.5 and 15.5 feet above sea level…

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