February 7, 2017
Adam, Jim and Sue discuss Florida, pipelines and other relevant waters issues.
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SCCF's latest report (bit.ly/2rZgoTF) on the Caloosahatchee shows salinity still high enough to kill tape grass at Ft. Myers after nearly 60 days without enough freshwater. And once again, sugar is getting all it wants. ... See more
Bartram's Battle Lagoon
History Paddle Tour w/ Lars Andersen
Saturday, June 24
The first two paddle tours were so popular that Lars Andersen of Adventure Outpost in High Springs has added two more!
This 3 hour out-and-back tour includes a visit to the site of the most dramatic (and famous) event in Bartram's "Travels," the alligator swarm and attack at the place he called "Battle Lagoon." Participants will also take a short stroll through his nearby campsite. What makes this site especially fascinating is that it looks almost exactly as Bartram described it almost two and a half centuries ago--right down to the wild sour orange trees!
With equipment rental - $39 for Matheson members, $50 for non-members
With your own equipment - $29 for Matheson members, $40 for non-members
Lunch is not included so please be sure to pack a lunch and water.
For information about cost, meet-up time/location and to reserve your spot please contact Lars directly. You can reach Lars at firstname.lastname@example.org or 386-454-0611. No reservations or payments can be made via the Matheson.
Adventure Outpost - http://webpdq.com/Lars%20Website/index.html ... See more
Litupworldwide is back! We are making the most of Summer 2017 by inviting all of you to come get lit at Ginnie Springs!
Litup DJs will be present, providing music while the rest will play their role in making this a memorial day weekend you won't forget!
We plan to be there all day with our own lot so slide when you can!
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Also join our facebook group page LitupSocial to discover and attend the parties and other events we host. ... See more
Great to see deep injection wells dropped from Lake Okeechobee Watershed projects. Better if the Corps outright rejected wasting vast amounts of water and shooting liquid pollution underground.
Local fishermen released this 12-foot sawfish from the St. Lucie. Yet another incredibly rare animal living in the most biodiverse estuary in North America. Which Florida uses as Big Sugar's toilet.
You can ask Florida Senate President Joe Negron about the passage of his plan to reduce Lake Okeechobee discharges, the state of Florida politics and more during an exclusive TCPalm community event.
Negron will take questions from the audience and reporter Isadora Rangel from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. June 5 at Ground Floor Farm in Stuart. A cash bar will be available.
What: Pop-up Community Conversation with Florida Senate President Joe Negron
When: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. June 5
Where: Ground Floor Farm, 100 S.E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Stuart
More: http://bit.ly/2rZr1pU ... See more
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