Clemson University Study: Benefit & Benefit/Cost Calculations for Two Everglades Restoration Projects

We calculate economic benefits from two alternative Everglades restoration projects. We call one the South Reservoir, a reservoir south of… Read more

The Everglades Foundation Response to the South Florida Water Management District’s Letter

January 12, 2017   Akintunde O. Owosina, P.E. Bureau Chief, Hydrology and Hydraulics South Florida Water Management District 3301 Gun… Read more

Southern Storage is the Best Answer to Florida’s Current Water Crisis

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Everglades Coalition Conference – Three Estuaries, One Solution: Caloosahatchee, St. Lucie, and Florida Bay

The Everglades Foundation is excited to participate in the 32nd annual Everglades Coalition Conference, “Three Estuaries, One Solution: Caloosahatchee, St…. Read more

WATCH: “Toxic Lake” Investigation by the Weather Channel

For months during 2016, plumes of toxic algae turned South Florida’s emerald waters the color of coffee and smothered its… Read more

FIU ForEverglades Scholars Work to Protect Everglades

Algae give freshwater clues in the face of sea level rise The Florida Everglades is vulnerable to the effects of… Read more

Ambassadors, Donors & Volunteers Honored at Arthur R. Marshall Foundation Reception

On November 9, 2016, The Everglades Foundation honored the ambassadors, donors and volunteers of the Arthur R. Marshall Foundation for… Read more

Book Review for Tropical Audubon Society & Miami Book Fair: An Ecotourist’s Guide to the Everglades & Florida Keys by Robert Silk

  Robert Silk’s book, “An Ecotourist’s Guide to the Everglades & Florida Keys,” is an insider’s view of the hot… Read more

Mark your Calendar: “Your Everglades and Clean Water” Symposium

Mark your calendar for an upcoming, thought-provoking symposium, “Your Everglades and Clean Water” with Photographer Mac Stone on Tuesday, December… Read more

#NowOrNeverglades Agenda

The “It’s Now or Neverglades: An Action Plan to Restore the Everglades, Protect Florida’s Water and Save Florida Tourism” is… Read more

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