A Perilous Situation in the Everglades — earthstonestation

Restoring correct water flow in the Everglades is of vital importance Red tide; millions of dead rotting fish cover the shoreline. A massive bloom of toxic neon-green algae; millions of tourist revenues lost. Retreating mangrove estuaries; leave coastal communities more vulnerable to storms. Fresh drinking water for 8 million people; in jeopardy. Habitat loss for […]

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4 Responses to A Perilous Situation in the Everglades — earthstonestation

  1. This has been known about for years, that land reclamation, irrigation, pesticide runoff was dooming it. Flagler and his railroad, the touristirizing of the Seminole tribe, and let’s add the unauthorized dumping of non-native species to the ecosystem. They’ve been killing the entire state for years. It’s even happening in the panhandle. The Apalachicola River is suffering, and consequently the Apalachicola Bay, because of Atlanta’s gawdy water needs. Green lawns and all, you know. Just been allowed to happen. Breaks my heart. And pisses me off.

    • I wish I could say that I knew that was happening but I didn’t. Just one more horrifying thing we are doing to every living thing on the planet. Seriously, we are doomed, simply because we are so greedy and power hungry and people are sheep. Horrible. Makes me sick and pissed off as well.

  2. what yall said, blah!
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