Category Environmental Issues
A video trip through the Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota.
Cypress Swamps which once dominated much of peninsular Florida have been dying off for various reasons related to human over-development and industry. One of the healthiest remaining Cypress Swamps in southeast Florida is at the Arthur Marshall Loxahatchee Wildlife Refuge. Here is a look at it.
As we continue this week’s look at Disney’s Reddy Creek Improvement District (RCID), let’s refresh a story from a few months ago with a few new details. Governor Ron DeSantis has fashioned himself a champion of Everglades restoration and on some scores he’s done far better than his predecessor (not that that was particularly hard […]
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With Manatee deaths mounting, the feds have acted…finally. More from the AP via WOKV.
President Biden comes through for the Everglades with funding for critical Palm Beach County reservoir
President Joe Biden has committed $265 million of federal funding toward construction of a long-awaited and needed reservoir in Palm Beach County. The reservoir will be a critical component to Everglades restoration of the Everglades. The enormous planned reservoir is designed to reduce discharges of polluted water into Florida Bay, the Gulf of Mexico and […]
Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge is the nation’s original National Wildlife Refuge. It was designated in 1903 by President Theodore Roosevelt to help protect Egrets and other birds being hunted to obtain feathers for stylish hats. The refugee is located in Indian River County just south of Sebastian Inlet. VIDEO PHOTOS This video will be […]
The Nature Conservancy’s Blowing Rocks preserve in Martin County is a unique, one -of-a-kind natural wonder in Florida. Here are two recently filmed videos of the rock formation.
At the Nature Conservancy’s Blowing Rocks Preserve, a neat hiking trail exists where AIA used to run. Here is a short video at the beginning of the trail.
Could dissolving Disney’s Reedy Creek Improvement District hurt Everglades & Kissimmee River restoration?
Governor Ron DeSantis has fashioned himself a champion of Everglades restoration and on some scores he’s done far better than his predecessor (not that that was particularly hard given but…he’s done well on some stuff). For example, without DeSantis tireless advocacy, I doubt the vital Tamiami Trial project would be so far along or as […]