News-Press: September 21, 2016. Written by Amy Bennett Williams
It's not even close to over, but Caloosahatchee advocates are already reaching to find ways to describe just how bad a year it's been for the river.
Last week, water managers and the wet weather presented them with a new milestone: 1 million acre feet of freshwater flows to the estuary.
It's only the ninth time in more than half a century that's happened, and if it keeps up this way, 2016 may go down as one of the three worst years since anyone began keeping records.
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