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151231-a

Dear Snowbirds: Read this before dipping a toe in the Indian River Lagoon

TCPalm.com

151231-b

Deficiencies exist in proposed water policy

News-Press.com

151231-c

Let growth galvanize conservation

Orlando Sentinel

151230-a

New water policy expected to flow in session

SouthEastAgNet.com

151230-b

Palm Beach County flooding fix running out of money

Sun Sentinel

151229-a

Floridians and environment would lose if smelly water bill passes

TBO.com

151229-b

Will Florida’s 2016 bounty of cash cover all Florida leaders’ wants?

Palm Beach Post

151228-a

Disappearing coastlines and rising seas: How the GOP is killing Florida

Grist.org

151228-b

Swamped - Jeb Bush’s fight over the Everglades

The New Yorker

151227-a

A fragile environment pays the price for Miami's growth spurt

USA Today

151227-b

Proposed state water bill full of giveaways

Ocala.com

151227-c

Putnam seeks money for rural lands, firefighter raises

NortEscambia.com

151226-a

Conservation money, seismic testing big issues for 2016

News-Press.com

151226-b

Huge Cypress oil drilling: a couple of spills, numerous tanks and pumps

Westfield Times

151226-c

Lake Apopka phosphorus removal eyed

Daily Commercial

151226-d

Water Hyacinth: Playing the blame game

RecordNet.com

151225-a

Growth vs. environment conflicts resumed in 2015 as feared

Naples Daily News

151225-b

Squeezing them in: Florida’s growing population will come at a price

TBO.com

151224-a

Dike restoration moves forward

News-Press.com

151224-b

Environmentalists target excess Phosphorus with $10 million prize

WMFE.org

151223-

Red tide present but not blooming

Florida Today

151222-

Two Water Research Foundations plan to merge

Florida Water Daily

151221-a

$1B security project to keep Lake Okeechobee waters contained delayed

ABC-7.com

151221-b

Concern over inland oil drilling in Southwest Florida, is all well now ?

Naples Daily News

151221-c

Costly Lake O dike fixes could take another 10 years

Sun Sentinel

151221-d

St Lucie Audubon presents expert on Lake Okeechobee Issues

TCPalm.com

151220-

Legislature's water plan needs strengthening: Where we stand

Orlando Sentinel

151219-

Let’s work together to remove harmful nutrients from our waterways

TCPalm

151218-a

Sea-level rise will drown Hialeah too, and this artist is showing how

Miami New Times

151218-b

Sugar bad for Floridians in many ways

News-Press.com

151218-c

Water quality problems steeped in old policies, politics

CapeCoral D.Breeze

151217-a

Gayle Harrell, Joe Negron file legislation to pump $200 million into Everglades restoration

Sunshine State News

151217-b

Hillsborough County threatens legal action against SWFWMD over Morris Bridge Sink pumping

WMNF.org

151217-c

Protect taxpayers when paying farmers to hold water

TCPalm.com

151217-d

Sugar farmer runs for Murphy’s U.S. House seat

TCPalm.com

151217-e

Water quality consortium targets red tide

News-Press.com

151216-a

EPA reverses stance on Sabal Trail natural gas pipeline project

Palm Beach Post

151216-b

Why the Florida Keys are in trouble

Weather.com

151215-

Miami-Dade commissioners block effort to expand western development

Miami Herald

151214-a

As Florida Keys flood, property worries seep in

Star Beacon Herald

151214-b

Red tide persists in and alongshore Pinellas County

TBN Weekly

!51213-

The Siege of Miami

The New Yorker

151212-a

Environmentalists sound alarm on proposed drilling close to Florida Everglades

Star Daily Std. Times

151212-b

Local water ample for 20 years

Pensacola News J.

151211-a

Challenge the status quo

Cape Coral D.Breeze

151211-b

SFWMD completes upgrade of levee protecting East Coast population

Florida Water Daily

151211-c

SFWMD's Melanie Peterson has a point

Sunshine State News

151211-d

Water woes lurk as saltwater moves inland, upward

News-Press.com

151211-e

What we learned from the Indian River Lagoon

Florida Today

151210-a

Environmentalists sound alarm on proposed drilling near Florida Everglades

WCBE.org

151210-b

Is South Florida doing enough to address climate change ?

Miami Herald

151210-c

Large sinkhole forces officials to evacuate neighborhood

WKMG-TV

151209-a

570 acres set aside for conservation in Palm Beach County may be sold

Sun Sentinel

151209-b

Activists rally for tougher water policy in Florida

Florida Today

151209-c

Groups show solidarity in fight for water

Gainesville.com

151209-d

Red Tide makes its way towards Gulf Coast

The Pulse

151209-e

While environmentalists criticize water policy plans, they draw defender in Putnam

Palm Beach Post

151208-a

Everglades restoration is good for business

Miami Herald

151208-b

Supporting a water-friendly Florida agriculture

Gainesville.com

151208-c

To keep water at hand, Clay plans to pour it into ground

Jacksonville.com

151207-a

Florida DEP signals intent to pump water from Morris Bridge Sink

WMNF.org

151207-b

Presidential candidates vary on sugar price supports

TCPalm.com

151206-a

Deal stops power lines through Everglades

Sun Sentinel

151206-b

Follow law in protecting water as public resource

Ocala.com

151206-c

Hope Indian River County doesn’t get zapped by power plant

TCPalm,com

151206-d

Legislature slow to act on Indian River Lagoon’s septic tank pollution

TCPalm.com

151205-a

Campus Carry and a massive water bill await lawmakers in January

Tallahass.Democrat

151205-b

FPL land swap with Everglades National Park OKd

TheRealDeal.com

151205-c

SAC to discuss seagrass death

KeysNews.com

151204-a

Conservationists divided over proposed Everglades National Park land swap with FPL

Nat. Parks Traveler

151204-b

Could your urine be Florida field’s new fertilizer ?

WUFT.org

151204-c

Deal could move power lines to edge of Everglades National Park

Miami Herald

151204-d

Oyster restoration project continues in lagoon

TCPlam.com

151203-a

'Fracking' bill gets (FL) House support

Eco-Voice Digest

151203-b

Mad ducks and hydrilla

Highlands Today

151203-c

Most Americans agree on climate change

Times-Union

151202-a

At climate meeting, some rare good news in South Florida sea rise battle

Miami Herald

151202-b

Florida House: Use conservation money on Everglades

Associated Press

151202-c

FPL wants to build Okeechobee plant, but critics say it’s not needed

Palm Beach Post

151202-d

Health of water surrounding local beaches is paramount

Lehigh Acres Citizen

151201-a

Florida groups thankful for Clean Water Protections

Public News Service

151201-b

FPL seeks go-ahead for new Okeechobee plant

WJCT.org

151201-c

Good News: Major milestone in Everglades restoration efforts

Examiner.com

151201-d

House wants to tap Amendment 1 for Everglades

Ocala.com

151201-e

Interior Secretary attends Global Climate Change Conference, uses Nat. Parks to illustrate concerns

Nat. Parks Traveler

151201-f

'Legacy Florida' bill would establish dedicated funding for the Everglades

Sunshine State News

151201-g

Who controls the water ?

CBS46.com

yymmdd-    
upward
DECEMBER 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
NOVEMBER 2015         upward
upward
November end :    

151130-a

In Paris, Secretary Jewell reports on actions underway to combat climate change in National Parks

InvestorIdeas.com

151130-b

South Florida officials get ally in fight against effects of climate change

Palm Beach Post

151130-c

Warmer ocean water breeds health risks

ABC-7.com

131129-

Our excesses are destroying the environment

Ocala.com

151128-

Counties oppose bills to pre-empt fracking bans

Tallahas.Democrat

151127-a

Amendment 1 intent clear to all, but the Legislature

CitrusCntyChronicle

151127-b

Asian invader wiping out Florida OJ crop

Bloomberg

151127-c

DEP deputy administrator may lack environmental experience, but is an expert in hunting

Tampa Bay Times

151126-a

Florida considers a bill that would regulate fracking, but preempt and overturn local bans

FSRN.org

151126-b

Why the Paris accords matter to Florida

News-Press.com

151125-a

Feds set boat fees for Everglades National Park

KeysNet.com

151125-b

Gilchrist County and SRWMD work to restore Hart Springs

Florida Water Daily

151125-c

Orlando residents battle developers over industrial project that could impact wetland property

Orlando Weekly

151124-a

Environmentalists say Scott budget doesn't go far enough

BizJournals.com

151124-b

Some slippery ciphering on new state budget

St.Augustine Record

151124-c

Unwanted chicken farm prompts land regulation, environmental concerns

WUFT.org

151123-a

Another View: Sunshine State government still in dark

TCPlam.com

151123-b

Everglades restoration would get bump under budget proposal

Naples Daily News

151123-c

Murphy hails groundbraking of C-44 Indian River Lagoon South reservoir

RealEstateRama.com

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