PALM BEACH POST: ‘They don’t make them like Nat anymore’: Environmentalist remembered in refuge ceremonyPalm Beach Post: Written by Hannah Morse. April 17th, 2019. HOBE SOUND — “They don’t make them like Nat anymore. They never did make them like that,” environmentalist and former Martin County Commissioner Maggy Hurchalla told The Palm Beach Post, following a remembrance filled with smiles and a few tears as the life and legacy of Nathaniel “Nat” Reed was celebrated Wednesday. Federal officials, politicians, Reed’s family and others whose lives were touched by him gathered to formally dedicate the re-named Nathaniel P. Reed Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge. Continue reading "‘They don’t make them like Nat anymore’: Environmentalist remembered in refuge ceremony"read moreNEWS 4 JAX: Written by Ashley Harding. April 16th, 2019. GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Gov. Ron DeSantis is pushing to allocate hundreds of millions of dollars to restore the Everglades and battle blue-green algae and red tide in South Florida waters. In an announcement Tuesday morning at the University of Florida, DeSantis said he wants to allocate $625 million to the cause next year and $2.5 billion over his four-year term to improve water quality. Continue reading "DeSantis wants to spend $625 million to restore Everglades"read more
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