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2012
Progress Report on Everglades Restoration
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150630-a

Protecting wetlands and water bodies from shooting range activities generates $1 Million

PRnewswire.com

150630-b

Sinkholes are drying out Orange Lake

Alligator.org

150630-c

State adds land near springs to its ‘Florida Forever’ list

Ocala.com

150630-d

States sue over waters of the U.S. rule

GrowingFL.com

150630-e

There could be many uses for Lake Okeechobee water drained out to sea

Sun Sentinel

150629-a

FL district, agricultural partners explore innovative rainwater harvesting techniques

WaterWorld.com

150629-b

Florida Bay still at risk as restoration moves forward

Miami Herald

150629-c

Sugar from Cuba not a concern to U.S. sugar producers

NaplesNews.com

150629-d

Sugar lands south of lake needed for restoration, water flow

NaplesNews.com

150628-a

Amendment 1 betrayed

Miami Herald

150628-b

Bold leadership on water lacking in Fla.

Ocala.com

150628-c

Conservation Amendment goes to court

News-Press.com

150628-d

Florida’s evolution: Once underwater, state could sink

Tallahassee Democrat

150628-e

Lawmakers ignored will of voters when spending Amendment 1 funds

TCPalm.com

150628-f

Sargassum is ruining beaches from Texas to Tobago

Newsweek.com

150628-g

What's the science behind our daily downpours ?

TampaBay.com

150627-

Sugar cane burning - target of Sierra Club

Sierra Club

150626-a

California hopes to drink Pacific Ocean

RYOT.org

150626-b

Finding an efficient way to store water surpluses could pay off well

LubbockOnline.com

150626-c

Government agencies partner to combat climate change

Water Technology

150626-d

Heat-tolerant genes could help corals adapt to climate change

NewScientist.com

150626-e

UF/IFAS invasives research facility likely to close

AgProfessional.com

150626-f

Want to experience the estuaries up close?

BocaBeacon.com

150626-g

Water farming sometimes drenched in controversy

WSFU.org

150626-h

Will the Everglades, and its surprises, ever get full protection ?

LiveScience.com

150625-a

Jackson Blue Spring: Plans continue on Basin

JCFloridan.com

150625-b

Land and water are assets to economy

TampaBay.com

150625-c

Settlement reached for Apalachicola River coal ash

WFSU.org

150625-d

UF says Fort Pierce lab may close because of Gov. Scott's veto

Miami Herald

150624-a

Cabinet defers confirming Steverson for FDEP Secretary

Florida Water Daily

150624-b

Florida discusses reduced protection for endangered panther

Reuters

150624-c

Past water patterns drive present wading bird numbers

USGS News

150623-a

$40 billion of national parks at risk from sea rise

Florida Today

150623-b

Florida Governor signs $78 billion state budget, minus some pork

BayouBuzz.com

150623-c

Lawsuit filed over Florida's Amendment One

Examiner.com

150623-d

Phase one of Lee County water project almost complete

NBC-2.com

150622-a

Amendment 1 doesn't require Legislature to fund land acquisition

Herald-Tribune

150622-b

Miccosukee Tribe chairman speaks out on Everglades water quality

Palm Beach Post

150621-

Legislative session winners and losers in Tallahassee

Herald/Times

150620-a

State budget exceeds Amendment 1's requirements

Orlando Sentinel

150620-b

Talk of big legislative session for environment proved wrong

TampaBayTimes

150619-a

Does the will of the voters matter ?

PalmBeachPost

150619-b

Environmentalists call for stop to sugar-cane burning in Palm Beach County

Sun Sentinel

150619-c

Sierra Club hosting Big Sugar Summit in West Palm Beach

Sun Sentinel

150619-d

State, water district using $1.4M to ease nitrate flow at dairies

Gainesville.com

150618-a

As budget vote looms, environmentalists threaten Amendment One lawsuits

WFSU.org

150618-b

Current climate change debate misses mark of what’s really important in South Florida

RiseMiamiNews.com

150618-c

Florida’s Nature Conservancy gets it: It’s about land management

FlaglerLive.com

150618-d

Floriduh, another state where corruption is legal?

TallahasseeDemocrat

150618-e

Jeb Bush on climate change: A long history of consistent inconsistency

TheNation.com

150618-f

Salaries instead of land buys? Enviros decry Amendment 1 spending plan

PalmBeachPost

150618-g

Ten Mile Creek project transfer moving through Congress - Rubio staff:

TCPalm.com

150617-a

Amendment 1’s intent ignored

TBO.com

150617-b

Judah talks water quality with civic

NorthFtMyersNeighbor

150617-c

NASA: Earth is rapidly running out of fresh water

BrevardTimes.com

150616-a

Amendment 1 supporters ‘Exploring every option’

CBSlocal.com

150616-b

Corps releases comprehensive study on Aquifer Storage & Recovery capabilities

US-ACE

150616-c

Lawmakers reach late-night accord on budget, will likely get hit with lawsuit over environment

PoliticalAnimal

150616-d

Lawsuit could be brewing against state over Amendment 1 funding

Miami Herald

150616-e

U.S. House Appropriations approves $150 million for Everglades restoration

SunshineStateNews

150616-f

Wells may not deliver enough Everglades help

Sun Sentinel

150615-a

County, environmentalists prepare for battle over Everglades air show

WGCU.org

150615-b

Florida legislators reach deal on conservation money

WTSP.com

150615-c

Geochem. triggers of arsenic mobilization during ASR

Environ.Sci.Technol.

150615-d

Gov. Scott reappoints 5 members of SWFWMD Governing Board

TheLedger.com

150615-e

Have you ever actually seen an Everglades restoration project ?

PalmBeachPost

150615-f

Legislature reaches agreement on Amendment 1 spending

Florida Water Daily

150615-g

Multi-state agency the only answer to ongoing water wars

JayBookman.Blog

150614-a

A long game plan for the environment

Newsday.com

150614-b

Perhaps DEP chief will tell Cabinet what’s going on in Palatka

Ocala.com

150614-c

Storm surge risk limited to coastal areas

PalmBeachPost.com

150613-a

Blue economy: Building a better seawall

Herald-Tribune

150613-b

Federal lands don't belong to states

ShreveportTimes.com

150612-a

Fishing guides urge action on Glades restoration. Amendment 1 money tied up in state budget fight

KeysNet.com

150612-b

Land conservation not a priority

Herald-Tribune

150611-a

Empty promises

DailyCommercial.com

150611-b

Reconsider purchase of U.S. Sugar lands

Sun Sentinel

150611-c

Sen. Thad Altman committed to protecting, preserving Indian River Lagoon

SpaceCoastDaily.com

150610-a

Everglades activist says reservoir still in play

WUSF.org

150610-b

Florida’s Everglades face new invasive threat: rising sea levels

PBS.org

150610-c

The Floridan Aquifer and intrusion

TBO.com

150609-a

Land buy won’t fix Everglades

DaytonaBchNews J.

150609-b

Lawmakers have yet to agree on environmental spending

WCTV.tv

150609-c

'Low' expectations advised on Florida water, land projects

WJCT.org

150609-d

Storage south of lake not vital to Everglades restoration

PalmBeachPost

150608-a

Amendment 1 Everglades restoration money more complex than just buying land

SaintPetersBlog

150608-b

Flamingos in Florida: Back for good ? Birders can see them in spring

EyesOnNews.com

150608-c

Lawmakers at loggerheads over buying land for conservation

Tampa Bay Times

150608-d

Rick Scott says we have 'record funding' for the environment

FloridaPolitifact.com

150608-e

Simple purchase won't save the Everglades 

Sun Sentinel

150608-f

Taking climate change seriously in school

Washington Post

150607-

Gutting the EPA

Gainsville Sun

150606-a

El Nino changes wind pattern over Atlantic

TallahasseeDemocrat

150606-b

Palmetto officially opens long-awaited $4.2 million ARS well to store reclaimed water

Bradenton.com

150606-c

Three cities to join lagoon council

Florida Today

150606-d

We don't need Sugar's land for Everglades

Miami Herald

150605-a

EPA report: Fracking no harm to drinking water

Jacksonville.com

150605-b

Everglades Trust launches attack mailers

PalmBeachPost

150605-c

Finish the job

Cp.CoralDailyBreeze

150605-d

How Big Sugar's shadow fell across a Miami-Dade County resolution

Sun Sentinel

150605-e

Lawmakers push to keep waters off Florida drill-free

News-Press

150605-f

On water issues, Scott remains defiant and clueless

Jacksonville.com

150604-a

Everglades Trust targets lawmakers on use of Amendment 1 dollars

Miami Herald Blog

150604-b

Flows to Caloosahatchee Estuary to be reduced

USACE Press

150604-c

Scientists find a way to reduce mercury in wetlands

The Sacramento Bee

150603-a

Land south of lake is crucial to Everglades restoration

PalmBeachPost

150603-b

Water tops list of environmental issues

AgAllert

150602-a

Amendment One and Florida’s special legislative session

WGCU.org

150602-b

Clearwater opens second R-O water plant

Suncoast News

150602-c

Florida's underwater springs are wasting water

Jacksonville.com

150602-d

House passes Posey-Murphy plan to help Indian River Lagoon

SpaceCoastDaily.com

150602-e

Lagoon worse in Brevard, but politics sends money south

Florida Today

150602-f

Some strong leadership would go a long way

Miami Herald

150601-a

Weekend Opinions

Florida Water Daily

150601-b

Will Miami-Dade County ask lawmakers for $500 million Amendment 1 money for Everglades land buy ?

PalmBeachPost

150601-c

2015 Florida legislative update:  Environment, Growth Management and Water

HKlaw.com

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upward
JUNE 2015         upward
upward
     
     

A storm of citizen
protest and eco-political
activity brewed in the
past year:

DAMAGING
FRESHWATER
WASTING



LO water release

Outstanding 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 ?

CLICK HERE
for the ANSWER

Timeless :    


Click for milestone REPORT :
EF
WHO Pollutes ?   WHO Pays ?
    "Enterprise Assessment for the Reduction of Nutrient
      Pollution in South Florida Waters
"
(by RTI International)
EF
     
upward
MAY 2015         upward
upward
May end :    

150531-a

Monday is the official start of Hurricane Season 2015

PensacolaNewsJ.

150531-b

We need to make the most of our water

PensacolaNewsJ.

150531-c

Women credited for better Environment

TheLedger.com

150530-a

If we fail the Everglades, we fail Florida’s future

Miami Herald

150530-b

Protestors make a push for lawmakers to spend more on land conservation

FOX 13 News

150530-c

Special session opportunity to purchase sugar land

News-Press.com

150529-a

Amendment 1 Backers Rally for Land Buying

WUSF.usf.edu

150529-b

Local groups react to EPA’s Clean Water Rules

Florida Water Daily

150528-a

Hurricane outlook 2015: El Niño could hinder Atlantic storms

CNN.com

150528-b

Lake O discharges to stop Friday

TCPlam.com

150528-c

Rising sea poses big threat to Florida's coast

Associated Press

150527-a

Environmentalists optimistic over Everglades reservoir money

CBSMiami.com

150527-b

Environmentalists renew call for Everglades land buy before special Florida session

Miami Herald

150527-c

Everglades advocates’ new pitch sounds familiar

Palm Beach Post

150527-d

From wastewater to fish farm ?

MyFoxTampaBay.com

150527-e

Nicodemus Slough begins supplying needed water to the Caloosahatchee River

Florida Water Daily

150527-f

Sea level rise conclusions are irrefutable

News-Press.com

150527-g

US Army Engineers pull out of blue-green algae tsting effort

TechTimes

150527-h

What to look for in the special session

Miami Herald

MAY 2015     -  -     (CLICK here for MAY 2015 separate continuation)
     
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