Herald Tribune: Written by Editorial Board. March 15th, 2019.
Whether it’s the severe impact red tide has had on tourism, or a sudden realization that environmental issues are crucial for Florida, a fresh breeze seems to be blowing through Tallahassee.
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Palm Beach Post: Written by Kimberly Miller. March 15th, 2019.
Three top employees at the South Florida Water Management District are out as Executive Director Drew Bartlett takes the helm of a restless organization that got a new boss and new governing board Thursday.
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WPTV: Written by The News Service of Florida. March 14th, 2019.
ORLANDO SENTINEL: Written by Scott Maxwell. March 5th, 2019.
Ten years ago — long before you started seeing headlines about toxic algae choking the state — Florida’s top researchers knew we needed to do more to protect this state’s water supply.
BRADENTON HERALD: Clams can help fight red tide. Thousands have just been released off Bradenton Beach
Bradenton Herald: Written by Mark Young. March 7th, 2019.
BRADENTON BEACH - In the wake of a devastating red tide outbreak along Florida’s west coast, a lot of attention was paid to the filtering benefits of oysters and clams, which essentially eat the organism responsible for red tide, Karenia brevis.
TC PALM: Written by Ali Schmitz. March 5th, 2019.
Gov. Ron DeSantis placed a special emphasis on Florida's environment during his first State of the State address to the Legislature Tuesday, the first day of its annual session.
Sun Sentinel: Written by News Service of Florida. March 5th, 2019.
Gov. Ron DeSantis’ request for $625 million next year for environmental projects, including Everglades restoration, may be “pushing” the limits of a budget expected to be taxed because of the response to Hurricane Michael.
NARCITY: Written by Cassandra Douglas. March 6th, 2019.
Summer is right around the corner which means the beaches are going to be filled with people soaking up the sun and cooling down in the ocean. Whether you have a blister from your sandals or you stepped on a pop-top like Jimmy Buffet - the Florida Department of Health warns to stay out of the water when you have cuts on your body or are immune compromised.
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Tampa Bay Times: Written by Editorial Board. March 1st, 2019
As the Florida Legislature opens its annual session this week, the ambitious environmental proposals by Gov. Ron DeSantis serve two vital purposes. They call for spending significant new money on Florida's costliest environmental priorities, from restoring the Everglades to cleaning up the state's natural springs.
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