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State Sen. Alan Hays: The Fox in Charge of the Hen House.


State Sen. Alan Hays

To all the people that voted for him: thanks! yikes

To the press that quote him over and over again: really? 343 more words


Unpaid volunteers make choices about our water

www.sfwmd.gov/portal/page/portal/xweb about us/governing board

The South Florida Water Management District is directed by nine Governing Board members who set policy for the agency. They reside within the agency’s 16-county region and represent a cross section of interests, including the environment, agriculture, local government, recreation and business. 161 more words


Make the calls to buy the land!

I made my call.. Now you makes yours.

Attention: Florida Senator Joe Negron


(850) 487-5032


This past weekend I went to celebrate this little guys celebration of a complete rotation around the sun. 214 more words


The Murder of the Indian River Lagoon and St Lucie RIver

This photo was taken March 18, 2015 by Jacqui¬†Thurlow-Lippisch. This water brings destruction AGAIN to the Indian RIver Lagoon and the St Lucie RIver. The recently released water study by the University of Florida states that even if all of the planned projects north of the lake are completed we will still have so much phosphorus in the lake that we won’t be able to do anything but discharge it into the coastal estuaries in wet years. 310 more words


Will lawmakers spend the money to buy sugar land for Everglades restoration?

Did Floridians pushing lawmakers to buy U.S. Sugar Corp. land south of Lake Okeechobee got a boost from a University of Florida study last week? 422 more words


On the Recent Everglades TV Ads in South Florida and what's next in the Everglades Restoration

South Floridians may have noticed advertisements on TV recently sponsored by NGOs who work on Everglades Restoration. These ads are urging state lawmakers to use Amendment 1 money to buy land that will serve as a reservoir to bring water from lake Okeechobee down to the forever-water-starved Everglades. 384 more words

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