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Lake Okeechobee releases to resume Friday for Fort Myers area | News-Press
Environmental Restoration
Published: July 12, 2018

Releases were suspended to both rivers for a week to allow the Army Corps and Water Management District more time to analyze drainage network... Full Article

Army Corps can’t promise 2016’s algae blooms won’t return, but this strategy may help | Miami Herald
Environmental Restoration
Published: July 13, 2018

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will start releasing polluted water from Lake Okeechobee to Florida’s coasts in pulses on Friday in an effort to avoid a possible repeat of 2016’s disastrous algal blooms.... Full Article

Broward sea-level-rise efforts bring resiliency success stories | Sun Sentinel
Drainage/Stormwater Environmental Restoration
Published: July 12, 2018

Protecting beach dunes, building better roads and drainage improvements are examples of Broward County getting ready for sea level rise.... Full Article

Scientists say climate change will worsen these algae problems | Palm Beach Post
Environmental Restoration
Published: July 14, 2018

Warmer temperatures and more rain will make Lake Okeechobee algae problems worse.... Full Article

Weekly Roundup: Searching for Answers | Sunshine State News
Environmental Restoration
Published: July 13, 2018

Florida, as the nation’s third-largest state, has more than its share of complex challenges.... Full Article

Tampa Bay Most At Risk Of Repeated Flooding, Says Climate Scientist | WJCT
Drainage/Stormwater
Published: July 13, 2018

As sea levels continue to rise in Florida, repeated flooding and storm surge are major concerns for Tampa Bay. David Hastings, a climate scientist at... Full Article

Toxic algal bloom found near Stuart | Okeechobee News
Environmental Restoration
Published: July 13, 2018

OKEECHOBEE — An algal bloom at the St. Lucie Lock on July 5 had high levels of the toxin, microcystin according to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP). The test indicated microcystin levels of 154.38 micrograms per liter. The World Health Organization considers levels above 10 ... Full Article

Jennifer Boone Archives | Navarre Press
Drinking Water
Published: July 14, 2018

News for Navarre, Navarre Beach and Gulf Breeze... Full Article

Thousands Of South Florida Homes To Face Constant Flooding in Next 30 Years | WJCT
Drainage/Stormwater
Published: July 13, 2018

Within the next 30 years — the same time span for a home mortgage — 64,000 homes in South Florida are expected to experience regular flooding, according to... Full Article

Water quality, toxic algae affecting real estate sales | News-Press
Environmental Restoration
Published: July 13, 2018

Sanibel Realtor David Schuldenfrei talks about losing a $7 million home sale because of water quality issues.... Full Article