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The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) is actively addressing the impacts of rising sea levels, extreme weather events, and changing rainfall and flood patterns. As part of our ongoing … more
FWC invites you to attend the Fisheating Creek Wildlife Management Area 10-year Land Management Plan public hearing on Tuesday, July 23. more
LAKE KISSIMMEE -- An innovative water treatment company is taking on the challenge of getting the muck out of a Florida lake. more
VTIP is a key component of Florida’s derelict vessel prevention program more
A well-deserved vacation from instruction and exams doesn’t have to come with the summer slide... more
Twice each year, the Audubon Florida Everglades team brings together updates on restoration ... more
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission will conduct an aerial treatment for aquatic plant control in portions of Lake Okeechobee ... more
Partners in this program play a critical role in helping the FWC determine how many CWD-positive deer... more
An AguaCulture project will remove thousands of pounds of phosphorus and nitrogen from Lake Istokpoga. more
A new University of Florida study reveals insights into the secret social lives of the vibrant emerald green... more
Floridians may have a chance to see the northern lights on June 6. more
The draft plan details regional resiliency projects and outlines the SFWMD’s proactive... more
On Thursday, May 30, Lieutenant Governor Jeanette Nuñez announced that registration for... more
From the air we breathe to the water we drink to the food we eat, our oceans and rivers play a... more
The American alligator, the official state reptile of Florida, which conjures both fear and admiration... more
The Lionfish Challenge is a free summer-long lionfish tournament open to recreational... more
Did you know the use of reclaimed water reduces the demand on our underground aquifers... more
Because Florida’s shorelines are critical for sea turtle and shorebird nesting, anyone spending time... more
Every fifteen minutes, 365 days a year, University of Florida scientists can see how and where... more
Love bugs are most active between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. more
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