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Work begins on reservoir project | WPTV
Environmental Restoration
Published: November 15, 2018

Preliminary work began Wednesday on a massive reservoir project that should reduce harmful discharges from Lake Okeechobee by about two-thirds within a decade. ... Full Article

Still no end to red tide intrusion on Manatee coastline | Anna Maria Islander
Environmental Restoration
Published: November 14, 2018

A goliath grouper, about 4 1/2 feet long, lies on Whitney Beach on the north end of Longboat Key Nov. 6. Joey Dale, co-owner of The Feast restaurant in Holmes Beach, came across the fish on a morning walk near Beer Can Island at the north end of Longboat. Islander Photo: Courtesy Joey Dale J... Full Article

Carlos de la Cruz Jr.: Supporting world’s largest ecosystem restoration project | Miami Today
Environmental Restoration
Published: November 13, 2018

Carlos de la Cruz Jr. has helmed several organizations, but his current work as chairman-elect and treasurer of The Everglades Foundation will likely be most impactful. “[It’s] the largest ecosystem restoration project in the world [and]... Full Article

Plastics in Indian River Lagoon oysters have UCF researchers looking closer | Florida Politics
Environmental Restoration
Published: November 13, 2018

It might be from fraying, old, nylon boat ropes. It might be from clothing. It might be from straws and …... Full Article

Calvert County begins building 2020 capital budget | Maryland Independent
Wastewater
Published: November 12, 2018

Calvert County Board of County Commissioners review 2020 capital projects funding requests.... Full Article

University Of Idaho Team Heading To Florida To Fight Algae Blooms | Boise State Public Radio
Environmental Restoration
Published: November 12, 2018

A team of scientists from University of Idaho has made it to the finals in a competition to fight algae blooms in public waters.... Full Article

FEMA funding starts coming to Bonita Springs | Naples Daily News
Drainage/Stormwater
Published: November 09, 2018

The first of several grants awarded by the federal government for Hurricane Irma damage was approved.... Full Article

Chiquita Lock removal gets FDEP nod | Fort Myers Beach Observer
Drinking Water Drainage/Stormwater Environmental Restoration
Published: November 08, 2018

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection has issued a Notice of Intent to issue a permit for the removal of the Chiquita Lock. The structure was built during the city's initial growth to protect the outer waters in Charlotte Harbor, but is now considered by city officials to have outli... Full Article

Red tide threat eases along Florida's east coast beaches | Daytona Beach News-Journal
Environmental Restoration
Published: November 09, 2018

The red tide algae bloom has receded along Florida's east coast, a relief for beachgoers. Testing by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission found the Karenia brevis algae that causes the red tide blooms at only background concentrations in the ocean along Brevard County beaches.Furthe... Full Article

The Villages finalizes long-awaited 1,127-acre land deal to expand into Leesburg | Villages News
Wastewater
Published: November 09, 2018

It’s finally official. The Villages closed on the long-awaited land deal with the City of Leesburg Thursday to purchase 1,127 acres for about $7.54... Full Article