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Progress Report on Everglades Restoration
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150731-a

New hunt for oil in Florida raises environmental concerns

Associated Press

150731-b

Teen scientist finds solution to tackle water quality issues

News-Medical.net

150731-c

Water district flip flops on tax cut

Sun Sentinel

150730-a

Another water district cut will hurt Everglades

Sun Sentinel

150730-b

EPA Water Rule heads to court

WaterOnline

150730-c

Jeb Bush takes positions on climate change, EPA rules, other energy issues

Bloomberg BNA

150730-d

Obama will use veto to defend climate change plan if necessary

The Guardian

150730-e

Rising waters

TheNews.com

150730-f

Swiftmud:  Plan to protect Peace River flow OK'd

The Ledger

150729-a

Burmese python bagged in Everglades measures 18 feet, 3 inches and 133 pounds

Tampa Bay Times

150729-b

Florida environmental groups say Amendment 1 funds being misused

WJCT.org

150728-a

Florida leads nation in property at risk from climate change

Miami Herald

150728-b

USF Researchers find reasons behind increases in urban flooding

Florida Water Daily

150727-a

Florida DEP provides $4.4 Million in funding for Oyster Cultch Placement Project

EP Newswire

150727-b

Florida environmentalists cheer land conservation deal

Public News Service

150727-c

Gov. Rick Scott as environmental champion? Yes, says foundation headed by developer

Tampa Bay Times

150727-d

Seagrass hints at Indian River Lagoon rebound

Florida Today

150727-e

Where does all the carbon dioxide in the Everglades go ?

News-Press.com

150726-a

Environmental groups raise concerns over Florida's new hunt for oil

Associated Press

150726-b

Pick to lead state DEP still unconfirmed

Daytona News Journal

150725-a

Lake Water Authority eyeing 100 acres on Lake Norris

DailyCommecial.com

150725-b

Parks and wildlife department: Rains boost lakes, fishing stock

JacksonvilleProgress.com

150724-a

Blue-green algae bloom near Lake O contains toxins, state says

Palm Beach Post

150724-b

Give water district more liquid assets

Sun Sentinel

150724-c

South Florida water budget back in play

Miami Herald

150724-d

The Everglades and oil drills shouldn't mix

Sun Sentinel

150723-a

A sweet deal: The royal family of cane benefits from political giving

AlJazeera.com

150723-b

Manipulating Florida’s environmental agenda: The Everglades Foundation and Everglades Trust

BizPackReview.com

150723-c

What recourse do citizens have ?

TBO.com

150723-d

Working hard to balance what’s best for wildlife and people

TBO.com

150722-a

Earth’s most famous climate scientist issues bombshell sea level warning

Slate.com

150722-b

EPA, blasted for going too far in water rule, now sued for not going far enough

Bradenton.com

150722-c

Florida’s war on invasive species drags on

Miami Herald

150722-d

Is agriculture compatible with clean water ?

Duluth News Tribune

150722-e

Public needs to urge officials to restore health of Everglades, estuaries and water resources

Pine Island Eagle

150721-a

Army Corps of Engineers accepting water resources project proposals

Florida Water Daily

150721-b

Drought is hammering migratory species and wetlands

DailyAstorian.com

150721-c

South Florida scientists fear mass exodus as sea level rise worsens

Weather.com

150720-a

“Building Strong” relationships, ACOE. St Lucie River/Indian River Lagoon

JacquiThurlowLippisch.com

150720-b

No oil drilling in Everglades

HeraldTribune.com

150720-c

Porter joins Rookery Bay Reserve staff

NaplesNews.com

150720-d

Proposed greenway through 'Glades inspires protests

Sun Sentinel

150720-e

Tegus on list of Sunshine State's most aggressive invasive species

Miami Herald

150719-a

No surprise

Ocala.com

150719-b

Water, water everywhere in Florida, but whose is it ?

News-Press.com

150718-a

Before drilling in Everglades, regulate, regulate, regulate

Sun Sentinel

150718-b

Once part of county clean-water plan, stormwater ponds threatened due to cost

StAugustine.com

150717-a

Florida Roundup: Is there oil in the Everglades ?

WLRN.org

150717-b

Florida town bans fracking, But will it last ?

DesmogBlog.com

150716-a

Drought concerns trigger fight over possible Lake O pumping

Sun Sentinel

150716-b

Miramar takes stand against Everglades oil drilling

Sun Sentinel

150716-c

Water district balks at property tax cut despite state pressure

Sun Sentinel

150715-a

Florida City bans fracking

Newsweek.com

150715-b

Group vows to fight Everglades oil drilling

PublicNewsService.org

150715-c

Health officials issue public warning on algal blooms

Jacksonville.com

150715-d

Springs spending

SouthLakePress.com

150714-a

Eco-Village looks to expand Miami-Dade development boundary

WLRN.org

150714-b

Environmentalists say tax cut imperils Everglades

Sun Sentinel

150714-c

Water district OKs permit for Sleepy Creek farm

Ocala.com

150713-a

Algal blooms observed at Doctors Lake in Clay County

SJRWMD.com

150713-b

Climate change: scientists warn water levels may rise up yo 20 feet

HNGN.com

150713-c

Dockery Amendment 1 analysis makes points; let me add mine

TheLedger.com

150713-d

South Florida experiencing worst drought in decades

Florida Water Daily ·

150712-a

Brevard businessman seeks understanding from EPA

Florida Today

150712-b

Eight people rescued from three airboats stranded in Everglades

Sun Sentinel

150712-c

Oil well proposed for Broward Everglades

Sun Sentinel

150711-a

Voter-approved Everglades repair work long overdue

PBdailyNews.com

150711-b

Water management budget must grow with region’s needs

PalmBeachPost.com

150710-a

Big Sugar: Hiding in plain sight

CounterPunch.com

150710-b

Down, but not out

Cp.CoralDailyBreeze

150710-c

FDEP authorizes SFWMD C-139 Annex Restoration Project

Florida Water Daily

150710-d

Smoky smell caused by a muck fire in Everglades District

News-Press

150710-e

SFWMD starts up wet season water storage for the St. Lucie River

Florida Water Daily

150709-a

Gimenez backs off push for Everglades air show

Miami Herald

150709-b

Two Florida families among country's largest landowners, according to Forbes

Naples Daily News

150708-a

Conserve water or we'll wind up drinking from the toilet

Flagpole.com

150708-b

Florida Springs Council seeks ‘Seat at the table’ on State spending

Florida Water Daily

150708-c

Ralliers needed for water quality cause

FtMyersBch Bull.

150708-d

Voters need to bring accountability back to Florida

Pine Island Eagle

150707-a

2015 Florida legislative update: Environment, Growth Management and Water

JDsupra.com

150707-b

Florida families on Forbes list of largest landowners

News-Press.com

150707-c

Industry should pay more to restore springs, advocacy group says

Ocala.com

150707-d

New report highlights insane drop in environmental regulation enforcement under Gov. Rick Scott

Orlando Weekly

150706-a

Attorneys general call to kill “Waters of the United States” rule

AgriView.com

150706-b

Floridan aquifer concerns could affect Coastal Georgia

Brunswick News

150706-c

West Palm Beach to establish Watershed Advisory Committee

Florida Water Daily

150705-

Audubon declares areas in and around the Florida Keys a birder's paradise

Forbes.com

150704-a

5-year-old girl dies after being struck by leaping sturgeon in Suwannee River

Tampa Bay Times

150704-b

Florida Bay needs our help

Keysnet.com

150704-c

What happened to that $1.8B surplus ?

Florida Today

150703-

Lawsuit filed to overturn ‘Waters of the United States’ rule

News-Daily.com

150702-a

$25 million to create more nature trails goes into effect today

MiamiNewTimes

150702-b

BP agrees to pay $18.7 billion for Gulf oil disaster

Envir. News Service

150702-c

Cleaner water now flowing on the Treasure Coast

WPBF.com

150702-d

FPL wants to build $1.2 billion natural gas plant in Okeechobee

Palm Beach Post

150702-e

State budget architect says Amendment 1 goals met

NaplesNews.com

150702-f

Water quality clear along the Gulf Coast

News-Press.com

150701-a

Budget, ‘by every measure,’ exceeds Amendment 1 mandates

TBO.com

150701-b

Everglades ranked the top place to fish and boat in country

PR Newswire

150701-c

Florida AG joins multi-state lawsuit against EPA's ‘Clean Water Rule’

WJCT.org

150701-d

Picayune pump station delivers first gallons of water for restoration

FL Water Daily

     
yymmdd-    
upward
JULY 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
JUNE 2015         upward
upward
June end :    

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

Tallahas. 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

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