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2012
Progress Report on Everglades Restoration
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160829-a

7 exotic pets wreaking havoc in the wild

MNN.com

160829-b

Will current restoration projects sustain Florida?

Tallahassee Democrat

160828-a

Hudson, Passidomo tangle in big-money battle

Naples Herald

160828-b

Negron's gutsy water plan has merit

Sun Sentinel

160828-c

Water debate puts Florida's natural treasures at risk

Sun Sentinel

160827-a

Algae blooms a disaster many years in the making

Palm Beach Post

160827-b

Glades communities speak out about Lake O

WFLX.com

160826-a

A controversial bird — should Everglades Restoration hinge on a single species?

WGCU.org

160826-b

A simple solution

Cape Coral Daily Breeze

160826-c

Enviros' 'need' for SFWMD email list could backfire mightily

SunshineStateNews

160826-d

Restoration is a commitment to our sons and daughters

WLRN.org

160825-a

BullSugar.org

TCPalm

160825-b

Expert: Sen. Negron’s reservoir plan needs more projects, policies to stop LO discharges

TCPalm

160825-c

Seagrass in Everglades National Park is dying. Here's what's being done to save it.

CNN

160824-a

Florida's natural filter: Everglades National Park

WLRN.org

160824-b

Florida Wildlife Federation pushes for action on the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan

Digital Journal

160824-c

Pagans take a public stand for Florida Everglades

WildHunt.org

160823-a

ADHD policymaking and the proposed Everglades land buy

SunshineStateNews.com

160823-b

Climate change will mean the end of national parks as we know them

RevealNews.net

160823-c

This is how South Florida ends

Gizmodo.com

160823-d

Updated Lake O Discharge Information

Jacqui Thurlow-Lippisch

160822-a

Lake Okeechobee wildlife shows there’s more than just algae

PCPalm.com

160822-b

Notable milestone

TimesArgus.com

160822-c

Water farming

PCPalm.com

160821-a

Palm Beach council to lawmakers: Speed up plan for Lake O reservoirs

PB Daily News

160821-b

Project to improve water flow to Everglades

OkeechobeeNews.net

160820-a

Common goals key to Everglades restoration

News-Press.com

160820-b

County: Can a Big Sugar lobbyist represent Keys ?

FLkeysNews.com

160820-c

Lake Okeechobee: a time warp for polluted water

The Miami Herald

160819-a

Clinton: Water crisis no hoax for Floridians

News-Press.com

160819-b

Florida, feds wage land battle over an Everglades-killing fern

Palm Beach Post

160819-c

Sugar farmers respond to accusations that the blue-green algae crisis is their fault

WPTV.com

160819-d

SWFL hotspot for harmful and deadly invasive species

Fox4now.com

160818-a

A win-win solution to FPL’s failed cooling canal system at turkey point

CommunityNewspapers

160818-b

Grayson says he can deliver help for Florida's algae problem

Sun Sentinel

160818-c

It’s déjà vu all over again for the St. Lucie River

TCPalm.com

160818-d

Project to improve flow to Everglades

The Clewiston News

160817-a

Estero Village Council plans to ask federal and state officials to speed up water project

Naples Daily News

160817-b

Toxic algae blooms threaten humans and marine animals: We can all make a difference

OneGreenPlanet.org

160817-c

Will Joe Negron make Everglades deal happen ? Maybe.

Saint Peter Blog

160816-a

Environmental Leadership ?  Facts and solutions for FPL’s Turkey Point open industrial sewer

Clean Energy

160816-b

Environmentalists call for reduction of phosphorus released south of Lake Okeechobee

Health News Florida

160816-c

Miami faces $3.5T loss, highest risk of sea level rise among all coastal cities: report

TheRealDeal.com

160815-a

Big Sugar's ads do nothing to lessen its responsibility for water solutions

TCPalm.com

160815-b

Some recent “Everglades” articles

Politico.com

160814-a

Help overturn new water standards

Pensacola News J.

160814-b

Official: Alligator nearly bites off woman's hand

Associated Press

160814-c

U.S. agency begins 'proof of concept' experiment on algae blooms

DigitalJournal.com

160814-d

USF study: Water from deep in gulf may keep away red tide

Tampa Bay Times

160813-a-

Lake Okeechobee: a time warp for polluted water

Miami Herald

160813-b

Rubio: Negron's plan to buy sugar land for water storage should wait

Tampa Bay Times

160813-c

Sugar growers surprised by plan for Lake Okeechobee water

Palm Beach Post

160812-a

A promising land-buying idea for Everglades cleanup

Tampa Bay Times

160812-b

For 21st consecutive year, Everglades farmers exceed phosphorus reduction requirements

SushineStateNews

160812-c

Martin County Commission calls on presidential candidates to tour local waterways

TCPalm.com

160812-d

Negron’s plan to buy 60,000 acres of sugar land is politics — and it just might work

TCPalm.com

160812-e

Noted environmentalist and Everglades advocate to speak in Winter Harbor

Ellsworth American

160812-f

Officials, activists, warily hopeful on Negron’s plan $2.4 billion proposal for land buy south of Lake O

CapeCoralDailyBreeze

160811-a

Everglades Restoration 102: Present and Future

So.Dade NewsLeader

160811-b

History of flushing Lake Okeechobee dates back to 1800s

TCPalm.com

160811-c

Negron’s proposal offers hope for estuaries and Everglades

TCPalm.com

160811-d

Water district meeting goes from budget to land purchase discussion

News-Press.com

160811-e

Water District notifies Feds: Refuge lease in violation

CBS12.com

160810-a

Endangered Everglades

SRQ Magazine

160810-b

Everglades area farmers exceed phosphorus reduction requirements

Palm Beach Post

160810-c

Florida Senate leader proposes $2B Lake Okeechobee cleanup

Associated Press

160810-d

Florida's enduring 'Swamp': Fix Everglades ASAP

Orlando Sentinel

160809-a

Big Sugar's Fanjul family hosting Miami fundraisers for both Clinton and Trump this year

Miami New Times

160809-b

Florida farmers need not sink amid algal bloom stink

GrowingProduce.com

160809-c

Negron proposes Lake Okeechobee reservoir to stop toxic algae.

Sun Sentinel

160808-a

Brevard County commissioners to debate lagoon tax options

ClickOrlando.com

160808-b

Everglades Restoration 101: History of Drainage

So.Dade News Leader

160808-c

Florida regulators pass pew Water Quality Standards

WaterOnline.com

160808-d

Florida to face major flooding from persistent tropical downpours

Accuweather.com

160808-e

NASA Study creates first ever Map of Underground Water Pollution along United States Coast

ClarksvilleOnLine.com

160808-f

Our deteriorating environment: Is anybody listening ?

CounterPunch.org

160808-g

Time to Borrow

NY Times

160807-a

Clean water shouldn't be so complicated

TheLedger.com

160807-b

Everglades restoration still best solution

Naples Daily News

160807-c

Study: South Florida susceptible to underground mix of salt water with freshwater

TheRealDeal.com

160807-d

Water managers have a plan to avert further crisis

Miami Herald

160806-a

Florida’s Indian River Lagoon in environmental crisis

FCIR.org

160806-b

Keep focus on the environment as housing booms

Naples Daily News

160806-c

Report: Half of Florida lakes' surface have 'elevated' algae levels

Florida Today

160805-a

Algae revives reservoir fight for much-engineered Okeechobee

EEnews.com

160805-b

Save the Everglades

Miami Herald

160804-a

How to fix Florida’s unbearable, sewage-driven algae blooms before they get worse

Fusion.net

160804-b

SWFL group pushes for funding Everglades water storage

ABC-7.com

160804-c

The secret science of water in South Florida

WLRN.org

160804-d

The sneaky reason US coastlines are becoming more polluted

Gizmodo.in

160804-e

UF researchers: Algae concerns hurting tourism

ABC-7.com

160804-f

Waterways need immediate work

ChronicleOnline.com

160803-

Florida Bay advocates unsure of water-district plan’s effect

KeysNews.com

160802-a

FIU and Rookery Bay Reserve form research, education partnership

FIU News

160802-b

Florida's water woes are bad and getting worse. Do you care?

Orlando Sentinel

160802-c

US: Everglades restoration projects clear another hurdle

SandAndGravel.com

160801-a

Get serious to protect state's water

Sun Sentinel

160801-b

Storage plan will never be enough

Sun Sentinel

     
yymmdd-    
upward
AUGUST 2016         upward
upward
     
     

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

DAMAGING
FRESHWATER
WASTING



LO water release

Don't give up !
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
JULY 2016         upward
upward
July end :    

160731-a

Headed South - The long road to restoration in the Everglades

SRQ Magazine

160731-b

'Oh, Florida!' explores how a weird state impacts the nation

Herald-Tribune

160731-c

Reverse decision to allow more cancer-causing chemicals in Florida water: Where We Stand

Orlando Sentinel

160730-a

Lake Okeechobee draining triggers rift between farming towns, coastal communities

Sun Sentinel

160730-b

Water district details near-term plan to aid Florida Bay

FLkeysNews

160730-c

Water storage and treatment proposed north of Lake Okeechobee

Okeechobee News

160729-a

Comprehensive Everglades restoration a necessity

Sun Sentinel

160729-b

Sanibel mayor issues water quality call to action

CapeCoralDailyBreeze

160728-a

Army Corps to maintain ‘pulse’ discharges from Lake Okeechobee

TCPalm.com

160728-b

Bacteria levels dropping in SWFL waters

ABC-7.com

160728-c

Feds, state quarrel over water issues

News-Press.com

160728-d

Restoring a Florida Legacy

Florida Trend

160728-e

Should FPL retire its cooling canals? Report makes the case

Miami Herald

160728-f

Solutions for the toxic algae crisis in Florida and beyond

EDF.org

160727-a

Florida's science-based water policy good for short, long term

Orlando Sentinel

160727-b

Slimy green beaches may be Florida's new normal

National Geographic

160727-c

Stay away from the water: In Florida, a $10 million give to fight toxic algae

AuthorInsidePhilantropy

160727-d

Suit filed to stop Big Cypress oil plan

Sun Sentinel

160727-e

The paranoid style and the algae problem

Naples Daily News

160727-f

U.S. Sugar officials say buying more farm land doesn’t equal more water flowing into Everglades

Florida Politics

160727-g

Watchdog group: Army Corps not compliant with management rules

News-Press

160726-a

Army Corps proposes new solution to toxic algae

WPBF.com

160726-b

Florida DEP says feds have ‘confirmed’ rules to increase toxins in water

Bradenton Herald

160726-c

Martin County tests show algae toxins in St. Lucie River blooms also contaminate

TCPalm.com

160726-d

Sanders says climate change is a central election issue

Scientific American

160726-e

Water from Lake Okeechobee discharges

SouthEast AgNet

160725-a

Algae is blooming in waterways all around the country

Florida Today

160725-b

Port St. Lucie continues water quality testing; More samples needed - Initial results positive

WPTV.com

160725-c

Tim Canova attacks Debbie Wasserman-Schultz's record on Big Sugar

PolitiFact

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