Friends of the Everglades 2016 annual meeting

 April 18th, 2016 Friends, The public is invited to attend Friends of the Everglades 47th annual meeting Sunday, May 22nd, 1:00-3:00 in the historic Doc Thomas House at Tropical Audubon Society’s headquarters, 5530 Sunset Drive (parking available behind the house, on SW 55th Ave.). Laura Reynolds, currently the a consultant representing the Southern Alliance for…  Read the Rest»

April 18, 2016 in Education, News and Media by

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Tell South Florida water managers to buy U.S. Sugar Corp. land while they can!

Friends, One of the biggest issues facing Everglades restoration in 2015 is the State’s decision whether or not to buy 46,800 acres of land south of Lake Okeechobee from U.S. Sugar Corp. before the option expires this October. Phosphorus and sulfur runoff from the sugar industry are polluting the Everglades, leading to ecosystem collapse and…  Read the Rest»

February 5, 2015 in Conservation, Environmental Issues, Legal Actions, News and Media, Take Action by

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Everglades group wants state to buy more Big Sugar land

Buying more Big Sugar land is at the top of Everglades advocates’ 2015 to-do list, with taxpayers potentially facing a price tag that could hit $350 million. The Everglades Coalition is calling for the state to buy another 46,800 acres of U.S. Sugar Corp. land. The sugar cane fields and other property south of Lake…  Read the Rest»

February 5, 2015 in Education by

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Please sign our petition to Whole Foods to stop the purchase of sugar produced in the State of Florida

Sugar produced in Florida does not meet the corporate standards for sustainable agriculture that are embraced by Whole Foods. You can help make a difference for restoration of America’s Everglades through pressure on the region’s largest polluting industry. Our campaign begins with Whole Foods.

November 20, 2014 in Conservation, Take Action by

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Restoring the Heart of the Everglades: the Challenges and Benefits

Check out this short review of the status of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP) and Central Everglades Planning Project (CEPP): Restoring the Heart of the Everglades: the Challenges and Benefits National Wetlands Newsletter, Vol. 36, No. 6, Copyright © 2014 Environmental Law Institute ® Washington, DC, USA

November 17, 2014 in Education by

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