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Friends of the Everglades Coverage
Palm Beach Post
Celebrate Earth Day by drafting a Lake O plan that will protect the lake and the waterways that depend on it
Earth Day: Protect Lake Okeechobee and waterways that depend on it | Opinion
The News-Press (Fort Myers)
Guest opinion: On this 50th Earth Day, a case for changing how we manage Lake Okeechobee
Daytona Beach News-Journal
Signs of life in S. Florida river point to hope for recovery | EVE SAMPLES
The Invading Sea
We should celebrate Earth Day by drafting a Lake Okeechobee plan that will protect the lake and the waterways that depend on it
Environmentalists to Army Corps: Reservoir to cut Lake Okeechobee discharges won’t work
After 20 years in journalism, I’m leaving to work full-time for clean water | Eve Samples
Army Corps’ dry-season approach for Lake Okeechobee is a step backwards | Opinion
Game-changing revelations from water management officials