We Need Joe Negron's Help Now (From Bullsugar)

On Tuesday, the SFWMD presented 4 "alternatives" for the EAA Reservoir that have one thing in common: they won't work. Continue reading

Open Letter to Rick Scott (From Bullsugar)

We're running out of time. SFWMD is promoting a reservoir plan it knows won't work, and only Rick Scott can order the district to produce a realistic design before next week's deadline. This is the letter we're sending to the governor. You can click here to send it from your email address, or click here to paste into the online form on the governor's website. You can also make any changes you want. Continue reading

Why We Failed 10 Years Ago (From Bullsugar)

We’ve been here before: on the verge of building a dynamic reservoir in the EAA to cut discharges to the coasts by taking water from Lake Okeechobee, cleaning it, and sending it south to Florida Bay and the parched Everglades. That was the plan a decade ago. Today it’s the elephant in the room. What happened then, and why won’t it happen again? Continue reading

A Glimmer of Hope (from Bullsugar)

SFWMD just announced that modeling for the EAA reservoir's land needs will be released in December. Continue reading

Big Sugar Political Money Sends a Blunt Message: "All Aboard" (From Eye On Miami)

Big Sugar is laying out the bucks to the Florida legislature in advance of the 2018 session. No surprise. Nor is it any surprise that the next designated GOP speaker of the House, Miami Republican Jose Oliva, is the chief beneficiary of Big Sugar's honey pot. To victors, go the spoils. Continue reading

Why didn't we throw tomatoes at Ernie Marks? (From Bullsugar)

Last week, Marks, executive director of the South Florida Water Management District, faced a crowded room at a Rivers Coalition meeting in Stuart.   Continue reading

Action Alert - ask your Commissioner to keep the 836 extension inside the Urban Development Boundary!

We need your help- the Urban Development Boundary is under attack again! Continue reading

SB10 on Track to Fail (From Bullsugar)

Right now billions of gallons of fertilizer, sewage, and legacy pollution from Lake Okeechobee are spewing into the St. Lucie River, carrying a new threat of toxic algae. Water managers may say Irma left them no choice, but of course that’s a half-truth, at best. Continue reading

Email Scandal Exposes Sugar's Big Lie (from Bullsugar)

Email records prove that a U.S. Sugar lobbyist has been directing policy at a state agency. Continue reading

How US Sugar Will Buy Your Town (From Bullsugar)

Sugar isn’t the only corrupt industry that can buy communities to silence complaints about its pollution. But it might be the only one that gets taxpayers to pick up the cost. Continue reading