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2012
Progress Report on Everglades Restoration
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161031-a

5 Things to know as Georgia-Florida water wars trial begins

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

161031-b

Everglades advocates promote reservoir as part of federal restoration plan

WUSF.org

161030-a

Everglades bus barnstorms through South Florida

Miami Herald

161030-b

Everglades Foundation looking to gain support on restoration plans

CBS12.com

161030-c

Who’ll perform CPR on Everglades ? South Florida chokes on guacamole

Orlando Sentinel

161029-a

’Glades bus campaign heads toward Islamorada

FLKeysNews.com

161029-b

We are all stakeholders in water quality

News-Press.com

161028-a

Everglades bus tour to stop in Palm Beach on Monday morning

PB Daily News

161028-b

Mosaic hopes to plug massive Polk sinkhole by spring

TheLedger.com

161027-a

Everglades advocates promote reservoir as part of Federal restoration plan

WMFE

161027-b

FPL’s Turkey Point fix won’t solve pollution problems, group says

Palm Beach Post

161027-c

Managing Everglades system isn't cheap, and it won't be anytime soon

News-Press.com

161027-d

Support those who support the Everglades

Miami Herald

161027-e

When scientists STAND their ground

Florida Weekly

161026-a

Caloosahatchee River summit draws hundreds to discuss Lake Okeechobee releases

News-Press.com

161026-b

Dispute over invasive fern threatens National Wildlife Refuge

WMFE

161026-c

Restoring the ecosystem and its connection to the government

HomeTownStations.com

161026-d

'Save our Water' panel tackles range of water quality issues

News-Press

161025-a

Everglades Foundation bus touts water storage plans

Naples Herald

161025-b

More than 3,000 acres of environmentally sensitive ranch land preserved in Polk, Okeechobee

Florida Trend

161025-c

State reaches remediation deal with Mosaic over sinkhole spill

SaintPetersBlog

161025-d

Tom Rooney, April Freeman disagree on Everglades solution

News-Press.com

161024-a

Altered, ailing river at center of ecology, economy

News-Press.com

161024-b

Everglades advocates launch 'NoworNeverglades' tour to win support for land buy

Tampa Bay Times

161024-c

State grants will help springs

Ocala.com

161024-d

Trump talks Everglades, Lake O at Naples rally

Health News Florida

161023-a

State's option to buy sugar land expires in 2020

News-Press.com

161023-b

The comeback of the American alligator becomes big business

Naples Daily News

161022-a

Sinkhole has led to more public disclosure

NewsChief.com

161022-b

Tiny organisms; big problems: too much algae fouls our water

News-Press.com

161021-a

Cleanup to save the Caloosahatchee

EagleNews.org

161021-b

Lake Okeechobee reservoir faces political hurdles, sugar industry pushback

Sun Sentinel

161020-

Everglades mangroves worth billions in fight against climate change

Miami Community News

161019-a

Lake O release volume can be more dangerous than water quality

News-Press.com

161019-b

Scotts® introduces 50% slow release nitrogen lawn fertilizer to help protect local waterways

GlobeNewswire.com

161019-c

The Big Sugar Sham

SandsPaper.com

161019-d

Vote yes on Lee County 20/20 Referendum

Fort Myers Beach Bulletin

161018-a

Everglades Foundation to hold bus tour to promote EAA reservoir

FL Sportsman Newswire

161018-b

Estero signs 'Now or Neverglades' declaration

NaplesNews.com

161018-c

When will Lake Okeechobee discharges to the St. Lucie River end ?

TCPalm

161017-a

Lake O pollution, Obamacare key issues in Jupiter-Martin district

Palm Beach Post

161017-b

Water messages of significance

The News-Press

161016-a

King tide reigns over the flooded streets

Miami Herald

161016-b

Mosaic: 50k gallons of process water spilled

ABC 7 WWSB

161015-a

Can coastal wetlands survive sea level rise ?

SummitCountyVoice.com

161015-b

Let's stay focused on science, not sound bites

News-Press.com

161015-c

Water district continues work on critical projects

News-Press.com

161014-

Corporate welfare with an environmental cost

Gainesville.com

161013-a

Hotter than ever

Florida Weekly

161013-b

King tides rise again, South Florida under a coastal flood advisory

PalmBeachPost.com

161013-c

Sorry, Bullsugar.org: Patrick Murphy is NOT our champion for clean water

SunshineStateNews

161013-d

Water managers launch test, to reduce harmful flows to Treasure Coast

CBS12.com

161012-a

Donald Trump has very bad ideas about how to manage Lake Okeechobee

Miami New Times

161012-b

U.S. House passes bill to aid Lake O releases, restoration of Everglades

Florida Weekly

161012-c

Vote ‘yes’ for filthy water

Island Reporter

161011-a

Save Our Water: Meet the expert speakers and panelists

News-Press.com

161011-b

Toxic algae blooms in Fl. linked to too much fertilizer and to climate change

Christ.Sci. Monitor

161010-a

Miami Commission to debate effects of fracking on water supply

WaterOnline.com

161010-b

Scientists: DEP should increase St. Lucie River testing for toxic algae

TCPalm.com

161009-

Fort Meade company aims to transform global phosphate production

Newschief.com

161008-a

Florida picks up the pieces after Hurricane Matthew

USA Today

161008-b

Keystone Heights water summit explores potential solutions to region’s water woes

Jacksonville.com

161007-

Hurricane Matthew aftermath: SFWMD flood control system did its thing

SunshineStateNews

161006-a

Nearly 2M urged to evacuate as Matthew edges toward U.S.

The Yucatan Times

161006-b

Q&A: Polluted water in sinkhole at Mosaic fertilizer plant

Associated Press

161006-c

Rising seas bring heavy burden to Florida coastal economy. Can it adapt?

WKYC.com

161005-a

Florida Power & Light begins salt plume cleanup at Turkey Point nuclear plant

UtilityDive.com

161005-b

Seminole Tribe seeks halt to water standards

Tallahassee Democrat

161004-a

Hurricane Matthew threatens to test Lake Okeechobee's dike

Sun Sentinel

161004-b

South Florida prepares for Hurricane Matthew, prays it stays away

Bradenton Herald

161004-c

Young People's Burden

Earth System Dynaamics

161003-a

Everglades help

Miami Herald

161003-b

Florida: The Sinkhole State

Huffington Post

161003-c

Fracking water pollution: Miami pushes ban to protect Florida water supply

IBTimes.com

161003-d

Grow smarter to protect Florida's future: Where We Stand

Orlando Sentinel

161003-e

Winner of Florida's U.S. Senate race could influence progress of Everglades work

TampaBay Times

161002-a

A million dollars well spent

News Herald

161002-b

Funding for CEPP clears Congress

Okeechobee News

161002-c

Indian River drowning in sea of apathy

DaytonaStateINmotion.com

161002-d

Water from Lake O must go south

TCPalm.com

161001-a

Agriculture commissioner Adam Putnam: Water is 'everybody's problem'

Orlando Weekly

161001-b

Clean water is more than just cool

ChronicleOnLine

161001-c

FWC monitoring red tide bloom in southwest Florida

TBNweekly.com

161001-d

Officials hope deep aquifer can ease looming water shortage

Daily Commercial

161001-e

Scott, Cabinet poised to buy 11,000-acre parcel for conservation

Tallahassee Democrat

     
yymmdd-    
upward
OCTOBER 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
SEPTEMBER 2016         upward
upward
September end :    

160930-a

Closing the springs divide

Gainesville.com

160930-b

Deal on Flint water crisis helped move Everglades bill

News-Press.com

160930-c

Monitor told DEP that Dan Hughes Co. dumped oil on fracking site in Collier County

Naples Daily News

160930-d

Time to talk about ending sugar protections

TCPalm.com

160930-e

Who is a better friend of the Everglades, Rubio or Murphy?

Tampa Bay Times

160929-a

Ag Commisioner Adam Putnam raises concerns about State's water supply

WGCU.org

160929-b

Mosaic says tests of 9 wells show water safe from radioactivity

TheLedger.com

160929-c

The fix to our water crisis is complicated but doable

FloridaWeekly.com

160928-a

Adam Putnam: Florida ‘can be the jumping-off point for the American Dream’

Florida Politics

160928-b

Bottom line, the experts say: store it, treat it, move it south

FloridaWeekly.com

160928-c

Fed movement on Everglades is glacial

Naples Daily News

160928-d

History piling up on non-action of water policies

News-Press.com

160928-e

Research milestone is just another day for FIU scientists

FIUnews

160928-f

The complicated science of the fix

FloridaWeekly.com

160928-g

The fight is real and interests involved are plenty

FloridaWeekly.com

160928-h

U.S. House signs off on key Everglades work

TampaBayTimes.com

160928-i

Water quality: The $10 million question

FloridaWeekly.com

160927-

What's making all those fish off Florida's coast die?

Christ.Sci.Monitor

160926-

Dead fish washing up at Sarasota and Manatee County beaches

WFLA.com

     
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