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South Florida News: Long-term Solutions for Everglades Restoration

Everglades Restoration

Sportfishing Industry Encourages Long-term Solutions for Everglades Restoration The American Sportfishing Association (ASA) supports efforts being made on the federal and state levels to address Florida’s water quality issues that can have an impact on fisheries habitat and management. A record-breaking amount …

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Marina Developments in Coral Bay, St. John

Marina Developments in Coral Bay, St. John: Artist’s impression of the Yacht Club at Summer’s End. Graphics courtesy of The Summer’s End Group, LLC

St. John, the 19-square-mile U.S. Virgin Island located east of St. Thomas and southwest of Tortola, BVI, is the only major Virgin Island, U.S. or British, without a marina. Now, there are two marina projects currently proposed. Proponents say a …

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Letters to the Editor: We Hear You…

Editor, I read with interest “Florida’s Estuaries Are Drowning” by Glenn Hayes.  I grew up in Ft. Pierce during the 60’s & 70s, fishing, sailing, living by, and paying rather close attention to the Indian River Lagoon. If I were …

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The Sinking of the LuLu – Alabama’s New Artificial Reef

Photography by Lila Harris, Aquatic Soul Photography

Her cavernous births and sprawling cargo decks once clamored as merchant marines bustled about making wage managing the apportioned consignment. Heavy payloads pushed wake, taxing the giant diesels, who churned tirelessly across vast oceans to distant ports of call. Here, …

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Dredging operations underway at St. Augustine Inlet

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District announced today that dredging operations are underway within the St. Augustine Inlet Federal Channel. Due to weather conditions and subsequent wave action, the federal channel has shoaled in creating hazardous conditions for …

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