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Hurricane Dorian Information Resources

Please stay safe and look after your neighbors as Hurricane Dorian tracks toward Florida.

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Hurricane Dorian Information Resources

Please stay safe and look after your neighbors as Hurricane Dorian tracks toward Florida.

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Join us at this year's Dirty River Jam!

The 4th Annual Dirty River Jam benefitting Friends of the Everglades is coming to Jensen Beach, Florida! Mark your calendar for October 5th 12-11pm in downtown Jensen Beach to let the good times roll and join us in the fight for clean water.


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Is EAA Irrigation a Higher Priority Than Human Health?

There’s something new in the air in South Florida communities along the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee estuaries. And believe it or not, this time it’s not cyanobacteria--it’s hope. 

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Experts Say the EAA Reservoir Won't Work

It won’t work. A newly published, peer-reviewed scientific evaluation of the EAA Reservoir plan is calling for a dramatic shift in design to ensure that good intentions don’t just end up polluting our waters and making us and our Everglades more sick, later.

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Why Aren’t There More Clean Water Champions?

At last month’s House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee hearing on the Water Resources Development Act, two voices stood out in a crowded room to speak for the decades-long decline of South Florida’s waterways.

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This is What Winning Looks Like

13 months ago, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers didn’t track toxic algae in Lake Okeechobee discharges. Today, they are changing the way they manage the lake specifically to prevent harmful health effects from toxic algae. This is huge news, and we are grateful to all who have helped us keep the pressure on.

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The Salvation of a Clean Water Summer

Ohana Surf Shop is one of dozens of local businesses on the Treasure Coast that has struggled. After discharge years cost the shop thousands of dollars in surf lessons and paddleboard excursions, we caught up with them to get a first-hand account of what this year’s clean water summer really means for a small, family-owned business.

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Toxic Bloom Closes Lake

How familiar does this sound? Climbing summer temperatures and nutrient-rich runoff had been feeding algae blooms on the state's biggest lake for some time. Reports were sporadic. Officials weren’t overly concerned. It wasn’t news.

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