We are grateful to all of you for joining us for our latest Clean Water Conversation: Northern Estuary Waterkeepers’ Toxic Discharge Update.

Today we were joined by Calusa Waterkeeper John Cassani, Indian Riverkeeper Mike Conner, and Lake Worth Waterkeeper Reinaldo Diaz to get an update on the damages inflicted onto each of these northern estuaries by the recent start of Lake Okeechobee discharges. The impacts of Lake Okeechobee discharges on each of these ecosystems are devastating and far-reaching. Each time the flood gates open, local environments suffer, and the people that call these areas home are faced with exposure to dangerous cyanobacteria and tremendous economic loss. We are thankful to each of these Waterkeepers for serving as critical sources of local knowledge and for providing vital updates to residents living in impacted communities.

If you missed the conversation today, you can find the full recording available below. Please share it with your friends and neighbors to help us keep these discussions in the spotlight.

We owe a big thanks to Cleveland Clinic Martin Health for sponsoring today’s conversation. These events happen with the support of people like you. If you can, please consider helping us fund the next one by making a donation today. For those of you interested in joining Marjory’s Circle, a new giving society that honors our founder Marjory Stoneman Douglas, you can sign up HERE.