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131130-a

As sea level rises, Everglades’ freshwater plants perish

TheAlmagest.com

131130-b

Florida’s natural springs under attack

Daytona Beach News J.

131130-c

On environment, shortsightedness costs Florida big

Orlando Sentinel

131129-

Deadline questions arise about water district-Florida Crystals land swap

Palm Beach Post

131128-

Water district’s Everglades expert retires, hopes for job with ag group

Palm Beach Post

131127-a

Florida agriculture a blessing

Miami Herald

131127-b

Good news for birds as Everglades wind farm scrapped

Huffington Post

131127-c

What’s next for the St. Lucie River ?

Palm Beach Post

131126-a

Delicate balance in the Everglades

Miami Herald

131126-b

Fixing what's wrong with Florida's environmental movement

EyeOnMiami

131126-c

Phosphorus reductions improve Everglades water quality

TheFishingWire.com

131125-a

American Farmer to feature Pathway Biologic in upcoming episode

PRweb.com

131125-b

Florida's neglected priorities

Tampa Bay Times

131124-a

Everglades restoration now has a primer

Florida Today

131124-b

Florida's springs are suffering from neglect and abuse

Gainesville.com

131124-c

Muck: The arch-enemy lurks deep in Indian River Lagoon

Florida Today

131124-d

Officials fear future water shortages

DailyCommercial.com

131123-

Dry season could bring water limits for South Florida

Sun Sentinel

131122-a

A no confidence vote for Corps of Engineers

Jacksonville.com

131122-b

Conservation amendment effort nears goal

Herald-Tribune

131122-c

Crist says way to clean waterways is to 'restore natural flow’

TCPalm

131122-d

Rate of coastal wetlands loss has sped up, U.S. study says

KETR.com

131122-e

Red tide reported in Lee, Collier counties

News-Press.com

131121-a

Adam Putnam continues push for statewide water policy

Sunshine State News

131121-b

English class organizes environmental awareness event focusing on the Everglades

FIUSM.com

131121-c

Florida agency agrees high water in Everglades needs to be managed

Miami Herald

131121-d

Hendry County residents seek support from legislators

Florida.Newszap.com

131121-e

Where's the beef ?  Florida cattle industry slated for growth

News Herald

131120-a

Giz Explains: How living infrastructure will save our cities from nature's wrath

Gizmodo.com

131120-b

Investing to protect Florida's environment: David versus Goliath

EyeOnMiami

131119-a

De-bunking the myths of Florida environmentalism: The failure of public/private partnerships …

EyeOnMiami

131119-b

DEP secretary tours Northeast Florida facilities working to improve St. Johns

BeachesLeader.com

131119-c

Murphy outlines recent efforts to address problems in lagoon

TCPalm.com

131118-a

Commissioner Putnam calls water policies top priority of 2014 session

BizPacReview.com

131118-b

Consultants report on growth causing concern

WWSB ABC 7

131118-c

Silence of the Lambs: Florida environmentalism

EyeOnMiami

131118-d

Tallahassee silent on sea-level rise

WLRN.org

131117-a

Economics vs. the environment

Associated Press

131117-b

Former manager of 2 water districts urges more protections

Orlando Sentinel

131117-c

Is this storm the difference ?

Chronicle Journal (NW)

131117-d

Our connected – and perilous – world

Concord Monitor

131117-e

Sea level rise in Florida

New York Times

131117-f

State funding plan puts Glades Reservoir in bulls-eye

GainesvilleTimes.com

131117-g

Water supply tapping out

SouthLakePress.com

131116-

Farmers to reform practices for springs

Hernando Today

131115-a

Casinos, sugar, remain biggest spenders on lobbying

Orlando Sentinel

131115-b

Corps to increase flows from Lake O to assist Caloosahatchee River

US-ACE

131115-c

Frankel gains clout on Everglades, port legislation

Sun Sentinel

131115-d

Top water lobbyist, Ernie Barnett, resigns from SFWMD

Sunshine State News

131115-e

What's the real economic impact for the treasure coast after the toxic water scare

CBS 12 News

131114-a

19,000 acre water storage project north of Lake Okeechobee

SW-Florida Online

131114-b

A typhoon and the elephant in the room

Bradenton Times

131114-c

Clean Water Act

The Ledger

131114-d

Driest October in 74 years challenges Florida water flow managers

Palm Beach Post

131114-e

For a future glimpse of sea-level rise, check out the King Tide

WLRN.org

131114-f

San Francisco Bay: Feds release 50-year, $1.2 billion plan to restore wetlands and wildlife

InsideBayArea.com

131114-g

Sinkhole destroys two Florida homes, forces evacuations

Reuters

131114-h

The Everglades were dusty

ABC-7

131114-i

Water Management District's Everglades Protection Plan wins 2013 Growing Blue Award

TCPalm

131113-a

One way to save Florida waterways: Turn water into a cash crop

WMFE

131113-b

Outdated Miami canals too weak for sea-level rise

WLRN

131113-c

Strong winds help balance out salinity levels in Treasure Coast estuaries

WPTV

131113-d

Water issues plague Southwest Florida waters

WINKnews.com

131113-e

Water on the mind in first Civic meeting

Pine Island Eagle

131113-f

Will Weatherford: Too early to commit on Lake O cleanup fund

Sunshine State News

131112-a

DEP Secretary Herschel Vinyard outlines Lake Okeechobee goals

FloridaNewszap.com

131112-b

Florida House leader has look at Lake O, vicinity

News-Press.com

131111-a

Everglades Protection Plan wins 2013 Growing Blue Award

PR Newswire

131111-b

Florida legislators touring Stuart, St. Lucie Lock today

TCPalm

131111-c

Major Wetland Restorations in the World - Fall Semester 2013 Mid-Term Grades

FGU.edu

131111-d

South Florida faces ominous prospects from rising waters

NYTimes.com

131110-a

Florida’s estuaries are drowning

AllAtSea.net

131110-b

Interior's mitigation decision means better conservation

Orlando Sentinel

131110-c

It’s just the illusion of environmental stewardship

Ocala.com

131110-d

South Florida already abnormally dry

Sun Sentinel

131109-a

Red tide a growing concern for Southwest Florida

ABC-7.com

131109-b

Rising sea levels, falling real estate values

Miami Herald

131108-a

Florida lawmakers to tour Lake Okeechobee

SoEastAgNet.com

131108-b

Homebuilder pockets drilling rights beneath thousands of Tampa Bay homes

Tampa Bay Times

131107-a

Florida DEP approves Everglades water project

WatertechOnline.com

131107-b

Lake Okeechobee needs a champion

Huffington Post

131107-c

Meet the Miami man spearheading climate-change research

WLRN

131107-d

Palm Beach County enters first phase of drought

Palm Beach Post

131107-e

Permit issued for stormwater storage structure to cleanse water headed for Everglades

TCPalm

131106-a

1st piece of Rick Scott's Everglades Plan cleared for construction

Sunshine State News

131106-b

DEP issues Everglades permit for stormwater storage and flow

FDEP Press Release

131106-c

Endangered Bird Comeback: Invasive food source has snail kite population soaring

WTSP.com

131106-d

Florida Senate Panel approves $160 million plan to fix water woes

WGCU

131106-e

Is there a way to stop Floridan Aquifer depletion ?

WUFT.org

131106-f

Rick Scott’s Everglades Plan ready to roll

Sunshine State News

131106-g

Short-term estuary restoration projects win Senate committee's OK

Sunshine State News

131106-h

Urban sprawl is on the way for south Lake

Orlando Sentinel

131105-

Florida Senate’s Lake O Plan Tops $220 Million

SoutheastAgNet.com

131104-a

Killing invasive lionfish isn't the solution

NaplesNews.com

131104-b

What America will look like in 2050—human flood (Part 1)

KGABam650

131103-a

Companies formed to build canal across state

Ocala.com

131103-b

Conserving water

Gainesville Sun

131103-c

Manatees provide warning about poisonous environment

Gainesville.com

131103-d

Senate panel to review $190M in projects for anti-pollution projects

Naples Daily News

131102-a

Moon jellyfish are invading South Florida waters

TCPalm

131102-b

Project goal is keeping bay clean

News Herald

131101-a

Challenging Nutrients:  Transformative strategies for reducing excess nutrients in waterways

InnoCentive.com

131101-b

Pasco set to begin building massive reclaimed water reservoir

Tampa Bay Times

131101-c

Senate committee seeks help for south Florida waters

News-Press.com

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upward
NOVEMBER 2013         upward
upward
     
     

Notable this
Summer-Fall
wet season :
DAMAGING
FRESHWATER
WASTING



LO water release

Contemporary Question:

WHY NOT "Move it South" ?

Meaning "dirty" water from Lake Okeechobee - and instead of disastrous releases into the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee Rivers, move it where it used to flow - South.

Is it possible ? Would the bridge on US-41 do the trick ?

upward
OCTOBER 2013         upward
upward
Timeless :    


Click for milestone REPORT :
EF
WHO Pollutes ?   WHO Pays ?
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October end :    

131031-a

Freshwater frustrations

NewsHerald.com

131031-b

Lagoon bigger priority than exploring Mars

Florida Today

131031-c

Miccosukees battle for the Everglades

MiamiNewTimes

131030-a

Environmental Department to focus on water quality, Park upgrades

WFSU.org

131030-b

Funds sought for snail fight, Everglades restoration, and wildfire pay

WJCT News

131030-c

House passed Water Resources Reform and Development Act

No.Ft Myers Neighbor

131030-d

Seacow deaths top record

Daytona Beach News J

131029-a

Factbox: Projects from U.S. House water bill

Reuters

131029-b

Lagoon story cries for help

Florida Today

131029-c

Marine council pushes fixes for Indian River

Florida Today

131029-d

Overpopulation: Should America have a one-child policy ?

Washington Times

131029-e

Southeast Florida leaders take initial steps to prepare for climate threat

Palm Beach Post

131029-f

Vilsack: Farm bill critical to Fla.

Orlando Sentinel

131028-a

Georgia eyes stake in Glades reservoir project

Businessweek.com

131028-b

Hooray for Port, but Army Corps remains challenge

Sun Sentinel

131028-c

Lehigh projects aim to help control the water in Lee County wetlands

News-Press.com

131028-d

Protecting Florida's taxed resources

Orlando Sentinel

131028-e

Winners of Agriculture-Environmental Leadership Award

SouthEastAGnet.com

131027-a

Applied research: Immokalee's Southwest Florida Research & Education Center

News-Press.com

131027-b

Future water supply safe, report says

News Herald

131027-c

Help save our rivers

Sun Sentinel

131027-d

Special Report: Oil drilling company has leased 115,000 acres, including land under dozens of homes

Naples Daily News

131027-e

What’s next for the St. Lucie River ?

Palm Beach Post

131026-a

Sustainably Speaking: Climate-change disconnect baffles

PoughkeepsieJournal.com

131026-b

Wetlands top topic of West Florida Environmental Symposium

TheVoyagerNet.com

131025-

Why you should care about Everglades restoration

Huffington Post

131024-

Don’t let drought catch Florida by surprise                 (See also: "BLOG with Bo")

Miami Herald

131024-a

2,000 new homes revives western development push

Sun Sentinel

131024-b

Citrus growers not the bad guys

TampaBayTimes.com

131024-c

Floridians hail water-bill impact on Everglades, port

Sun Sentinel

131024-d

Funding water project bill no drop in bucket

News-Press.com

131024-e

Secretary of Department of Environmental Protection defends state's response to toxic water crisis

WPTV.com

131024-f

South Florida groups praise House for the first water resources bill since 2007

News-Press.com

131024-g

Sweet deal for U.S. sugar growers

MySanAntonio.com

131024-h

WRRDA - House approves historic water resources infrastructure reforms

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