“Cautiously optimistic.” That’s the way we’re feeling as the process to write a new Lake Okeechobee management plan, known as LOSOM, continues into the optimization stage with Plan CC as the foundation.
During today’s Clean Water Conversation you heard from experts on the east and west coast as they tackled details about the differences in the impacted coastal ecosystems and the necessary modifications it will take to make sure the new LOSOM is a win for everyone. We’d like to extend a big thanks to Mark Perry of Florida Oceanographic Society and James Evans of Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation for sharing their knowledge and insight with us.
If you missed the conversation today, you can find the full recording here. And if you haven’t already, please use the button below to send a letter to the Army Corps requesting critical modifications to Plan CC that will help ensure that LOSOM prioritizes public health and environmental protection across the Greater Everglades ecosystem.