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Don't count on Everglades restoration plans restoring the St. Lucie River

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120430-a

Bomb-sniffing dogs enlisted to stem Florida python invasion

Reuters

120430-b

Florida water-reuse bill signed

Desalination.biz

120430-c

Way down on the Suwannee

Ocala.com

120429-a

TCPalm

120429-b

Gov. Scott, Legislature revised position, loosened controls on water districts

Naples Daily News

120429-c

Highlands is a dry county

Newssun.com

120428-

Pythons blamed for wildlife losses in Everglades

The Washington Post

120427-a

A voice for the ’Glades

Miami Herald

120427-b

Billions of gallons of fresh water injected into Caloosahatchee River to fight algae blooms

Associated Press

120427-c

May 15 Forum to Address Threats to Silver Springs and St. Johns River

Florida Sportsman

120427-d

Shell Shocked: Landmark Victory for Alligators

CaptivaSanibel.com

120426-a

Expedition Reaches Its Destination: Wildlife Corridor Work Continues

WFIT

120426-b

New court battle brews over State, federal water rules

SunshineStateNews.com

120425-a

Environmental land purchases to resume

Tallahassee.com

120425-b

Eric Eikenberg, Former Charlie Crist Chief of Staff, Gets Paul ...

Sunshine State News

120425-c

Florida forever marches quietly in tough times

Florida Courier

120425-d

One way for Big Sugar to help pay for exploitation of Florida's waters

TCPalm.com

120425-e

Water Management director on Lake Okeechobee discharges into Treasure Coast waterways

TCPalm

120424-a

Florida Water Coalition Launches TV Ads

Targeted News Service

120424-b

Former Charlie Crist aide lands Everglades job

Miami Herald

120424-c

Gov. Scott to meet with cabinet, talk Florida Forever plan

Tallahassee.com

120423-a

Biden, Nelson visit Everglades with heavy dose of politics

Tampa Bay Times

120423-b

Lake O waters flowing into Caloosahatchee

ABC-7.com

120423-c

Making a Florida Wildlife Corridor a Reality

WUSFnews.com

120423-d

The Week Ahead: Drilling, Everglades in focus

TheHill.com

120422-

The wildlife corridor route from Everglades National Park to the Okefenokee

TampaBay.com

120421-a

Reduced Florida Forever program moving forward

TheLedger.com

120421-b

Sugar growers' efforts to clean up Everglades paying off; don't penalize them further

TCPalm.com

120421-c

Wildlife feels the strain of South Florida's drier-than-usual spring

WPTV.com

120420-a

Here's good news for St. Johns River

Florida Times Union

120420-b

SFWMD board OKs flow to Caloosahatchee

Sanibel-Captiva Islander

120419-a

Biden to visit Everglades on Monday

Orlando Sentinel

120419-b

Expedition team's cross-state trek ends here

Baker County Press

120419-c

UgMO is the first smart irrigation technology eligible for restricted watering day variance from SFWMD

PRNewswire.com

120418-a

Backers hope new wind farm will save glades community

UMFE.org

120418-b

South Florida environmental issues for 2012

Sun Sentinel

120418-c

South Florida water conservation tips pushed at peak of dry season

Sun Sentinel

120418-d

Water use shows lack of authority

Ocala.com

120417-a

A step forward for the Caloosahatchee estuary

AudubonofFloridaNews.org

120417-b

DEP Launches Online Newsroom

WCTV.tv

120417-c

More than $12 million in water projects vetoed, but Scott keeps $5.6 million for St. Johns River

TheFloridaCurrent.com

120416-

John M. DeGrove, called Florida's "father of growth management," is dead at 87

TheFloridaCurrent.com

120415-a

Florida must join the fight against invasive animals

Orlando Sentinel

120415-b

Oil from Deepwater Horizon spill still causing damage in gulf 2 years later, scientists find

Tampa Bay Times

120414-a

Palm Beach County park doubles as rock mine

Sun Sentinel

120414-b

Quality of water key issue in Martin County: $840 million in size, encompassing 27,000 jobs

TCPalm

120414-c

We’re drawing too much water from the aquifer

Florida Times Union

120413-a

Change ?

NaplesNews.com

120413-b

In Florida, green is toxic

Earthjustice.org  

120413-c

Water releases good step

News-Press.com

120412-a

Broward partnering rather than competing for water

South Florida

120412-b

Caloosahatchee

IslandSandPaper.com

120412-c

Fresh water will be sent down Caloosahatchee River to deal with algal blooms

News-Press.com

120412-d

Friends of the Glades Fight the Good Fight

OceanDrive.com

120412-e

Lake O releases ordered

News-Press.com

120412-f

Lake Okeechobee water sought to help Caloosahatchee River

Sun Sentinel

120411-a

Health officials warn of algae bloom

WINK-News

120411-b

Jury rules against Tampa Bay Water in reservoir trial

Tampa Bay Times

120410-a

Release water anew into river

News-Press.com

120410-b

Time is long past due for Big Sugar to pay proportionate share of Everglades clean-up

TCPalm

120409-a

Five seconds

Gainesville Sun

120409-b

Salt wounds life in Caloosahatchee River

News-Press.com

120408-

The idea of Florida

Gainesville Sun

120407-a

Court decision could mean cleaner water for Florida

Bradenton Times

120407-b

Miami Canal changes could bring more water to Broward County

Sun Sentinel

120407-c

Plan for reservoirs in southwest Broward may involve blasting

Sun Sentinel

120407-d

The croc comeback: As their numbers grow, so do encounters with people and pets

Miami Herald

120406-a

In S. Florida, many anglers ignore mercury warnings

The Republic

120406-b

The future is now for sea level rise in South Florida

Climate Central

120405-a

Florida:  Drowning in climate change denial

NRDC Switchboard

120405-b

Florida overhauls environmental permitting laws

Nuwireinvestor.com

120405-c

Hillsboro Canal to get cleanup

Sun Sentinel

120405-d

John Ogden, prominent Everglades scientist, dies at 73

The Miami Herald

120405-e

Nutrients are being reduced in St. Johns River

Florida Times Union

120405-f

Water Quality campaign goes into overdrive

Sanibel-Captiva Islander

120404-a

Judge wants EPA to do more work on water rule

Local10.com

120404-b

Putnam says tea party lacks good information in opposing energy bill

The Florida Current

120403-a

Federal judge rules EPA must review state rule on polluted waterways

Naples Daily News

120403-b

Palm Beach County balks at funding water-sharing reservoir with Broward County

Sun Sentinel

120402-a

Environmental group claims win in ongoing challenge to state 'impaired' waters rule

Florida Current

120402-b

Florida HB503: Excitement grows over new law as a good thing for real estate development

jdSupra.com

120402-c

Tax break will help Stronach cattle operation in Fort McCoy

Ocala.com

120401-a

Farmers should pay more for Glades cleanup

Tampa Bay Times

120401-b

Interstate 4 a tough barrier for the Florida wildlife corridor expedition

WUSF

120401-c

The Tamiami Trail spans more than 274 miles

Naples Daily News

120401-d

Watering rules may be loosened for those using ‘smart’ irrigation

Palm Beach Daily News

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120331-

Many South Florida anglers ignore mercury warnings

Sun Sentinel

120330-

Local Refuge manager honored

TheLedger.com

120329-a

DeLisi tells Committee that Caloosahatchee Estuary solutions are difficult, slow process

Sanibel-Captiva Islander

120329-b

Everglades needs "polluter pays"

Sun Sentinel

120329-c

In the Everglades, Taxpayers Foot the Bill for Industry's Mess

MotherJones.com

120328-a

Everglades Foundation study finds that polluters don’t always clean up after themselves

Florida Independent

120328-b

Explorers traverse Volusia conservation lands

Daytona Beach News J.

120328-c

Costs of Everglades cleanup unfair, study says

News-Press.com

120327-a

Big Sugar: Great destroyers of Florida foist costs of pollution on taxpayers

EyeOnMiami.com

120327-b

Everglades report points finger at agriculture for cleanup costs

The Florida Current

120327-c

Farmers not paying fair share of Glades clean-up, environmentalists say

Miami Herald

120327-d

Report: Taxpayers foot bill for agricultural phosphorus clean-up

Palm Beach Daily News

120327-e South Florida farmers’ commitment to Everglades restoration has achieved record results US-Sugar Corp.

120327-f

Study: Agriculture industry pays fraction of clean-up cost of fertilizer pollution it creates

Palm Beach Post

120327-g

Taxpayers foot the bill to clean Glades pollution, study finds

Sun Sentinel

120327-h The state of Florida remains committed ...
FDEP - Press Office

120326-

Who Pollutes ? Who Pays ?.

Everglades Foundation

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