You've Seen the Problem

The River of Grass has been dammed, cutting off the historic southward flow of clean water to Florida Bay and the Everglades, forcing destructive discharges east and west to the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee rivers. Our estuaries are collapsing, toxic algae from Lake Okeechobee is putting our health and our economy at risk, the Everglades are dying of thirst, Miami's water supply is in jeopardy, and sea grass die-offs now threaten to reach the Keys. There is a solution, but Florida politics have blocked progress for too long. 

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