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Scientist Calls Cyanobacteria Crisis "Florida's Fukushima"

“We fear that South Florida may be the Fukushima of cyanobacterial exposure.” - Dr. Paul Cox

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Scientist Calls Cyanobacteria Crisis "Florida's Fukushima"

“We fear that South Florida may be the Fukushima of cyanobacterial exposure.” - Dr. Paul Cox

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Happy Hour

Join Bullsugar.org and Friends of the Everglades for Happy Hour at District Table & Bar on November 12, 2019 from 5-7 PM.

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Premiere: Guardians of Our Troubled Waters

We welcome you to join us for a film premiere of Guardians of Troubled Waters, The River Heroes of the South.

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Documentary Examines Human Health Effects of HAB's

A screening of the documentary, Troubled Waters, is open to the public tonight in downtown Miami. Don't wait! If you're in the area, CLICK HERE for your last chance to buy tickets!

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NEW VIDEO: Spotlight on Dr. Deborah Mash

“This is a health issue... we, as Floridians, need to be very concerned.“

Calls for serious attention to public health impacts from harmful algae blooms are on the rise and warnings like this one take on a new sense of urgency when they come from someone like Dr. Deborah Mash.

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JOIN US: Documentary “TROUBLED WATERS” Premieres in Miami

"The Everglades' Wild Hope"

Pursuing a change in the operational management of Lake Okeechobee--like lowering lake levels in the dry season to protect human and environmental health as the Army Corps did this year--is one way to reverse Florida’s toxic tide now.

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This is Why We Fight

Editor of Florida Sportsman Magazine, Blair Wickstrom, spends a Sunday afternoon enjoying the St. Lucie River, to close out September. 

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