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Lake Okeechobee levels dropping, some concerned about algae bloom

How low can Lake O go? That question will be answered over the next eight weeks as the peak of… Read more

Everglades Day & Earth Month Happenings

April marks the official celebration of Mother Earth, and April 7th, specifically, marks the day we’ve all been waiting for… Read more

Everglades Foundation’s Collaborative Science Featured in Dedicated Issue of Restoration Ecology

The Everglades Foundation’s Science Team continues to achieve the highest level of quality in its research efforts. These efforts are… Read more

Peer-reviewed Journal Publishes The Everglades Foundation’s Research Highlighting Restoration Program’s Effectiveness

Washington DC, October 31, 2017 – Just past the midway point in the long-term Everglades restoration program, The Everglades Foundation… Read more

Bass Pro Shops 50th Anniversary and 20th in Islamorada

The Everglades Foundation is honored to have been chosen as a benefiting Conservation Partner of Bass Pro Shops World Wide… Read more

Everglades Progress Comes in all Shapes and Sizes

Much of the last two years have been focused on the need to send water south to Everglades National Park… Read more

The Florida Keys: Open for Tourism

By: The Everglades Foundation CEO Eric Eikenberg On behalf of The Everglades Foundation, I was honored to join Governor Rick… Read more

Eric Eikenberg attends the Water Environment Federation’s Technical Exhibition and Conference

By: The Everglades Foundation CEO Eric Eikenberg Lake Erie is once again plagued by excessive blue-green algae.  Aerial photographs are… Read more

ICAST 2017 – Angling for Restoration

ICAST, the world’s largest sport fishing trade show, convened in Orlando, Florida, this month and The Everglades Foundation team was… Read more

2017 Intern Blog Series: Week 5

Out of gas, but still going strong Hello again! This week, we were in the office on Monday, Wednesday and… Read more

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