ForEverglades Naples 2018

Thursday, November 29, 2018

FOREVERGLADES NAPLES 2018 THANK YOU TO ALL WHO HELPED MAKE THIS EVENT SUCH A MARVELOUS SUCCESS! On Thursday, November 15th, roughly 300 guests came together as a community to celebrate and support our beloved Everglades ecosystem. We can’t thank you enough for joining us at the annual event and making it the most successful ForEverglades Naples benefit … Read More

Public Snubbed as Water Management District Rushes Key Decisions

Monday, November 19, 2018

Treasure Coast Newspapers Editorial Board, TCPalm Earlier this month, the South Florida Water Management District quickly and quietly passed two monumental measures that could have a huge impact on water quality in our region and beyond. You probably didn’t hear much about it beforehand. We’re wondering if that was by design. On Nov. 8, the … Read More

Sea level rise threatens to eat away the Everglades | Dr. Steve Davis

Monday, July 2, 2018

For those of us living along the lower east coast of Florida, the Everglades is a backyard wilderness, the source of our drinking water and an important hurricane buffer. It is also a flat, low-lying wetland with an imperceptible slope, making it quite vulnerable to sea-level rise. Once a 50-mile-wide “River of Grass” extending from … Read More

The Everglades Foundation Mourns the Loss of Karl Wickstrom, Former Board Member and Everglades Advocate

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

The Everglades Foundation today remembers Karl Wickstrom, a former member of the board and a longtime advocate of Everglades restoration. Karl, founder of Florida Sportsman magazine, was a champion of clean water and the angling community. The Foundation extends its condolences to his family. “Karl Wickstrom’s passion for America’s Everglades and the protection of Florida’s estuaries, waterways and fisheries was legendary. … Read More