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Florida Waters Weekly: a weekly run-down of Florida’s water issues — 1/6/16 (E3)

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Adam discusses Florida water issues from Apalachicola to South Florida, including the latest status reports from various areas of the pipeline construction. He also discusses the latest concerning water protector camps and lists many of the upcoming current events this week in Florida.

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Florida Waters Weekly: a weekly run-down of Florida’s water issues — 12/30/16 (E2)

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Adam introduces the show and himself, then discusses events and news from around the state before talking a bit about what he saw this week on his Sabal Trail Pipeline escapades. He also discusses various items with the audience, and unfortunately gets cut off as he begins talking about the Now Or Neverglades declaration. Adam continues—after experiencing technical difficulties—to discuss the importance of signing the Now Or Neverglades declaration, and acknowledges some folks who have been helpful to his cause.

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Florida Waters Weekly: a weekly run-down of Florida’s water issues — 12/23/16 (E1)

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Adam Dubbin introduces the show and the concept, then delves into his observations from his recent pipeline-chasing escapades. He also talks about peaceful protest and documentation, as well as the importance of signing the #NowOrNeverglades petition and supporting all Floridian pro-water organizations. It’s a half hour of pure Florida water issues!

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A live stream of the Sabal Trail Pipeline from backyards in Davenport, Florida Pt II

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I led a tour of podcasters today along the Sabal Trail Pipeline construction zone here in Central Florida, stretching from State Road 50 to US 27. Our last stop was the site I reported from 12/10/16 where the pipeline was being laid right behind an inhabited neighborhood. In this video, I report live on progress of the pipeline and discuss a little bit about what we saw today. You can see the construction folks and their heavy machinery working hard behind me.

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Interview with residents along the Sabal Trail Pipeline: Davenport, Florida

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I visited a neighborhood that was disturbed by the Sabal Trail Pipeline in Davenport, Florida, right across the street from where the sinkhole occurred the day prior. I talked to some folks who lived right along this trail of death, and they have some harsh words to describe their feelings about this intrusion upon their quality of life. 12-10-16

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Live stream of the Sabal Trail Pipeline from backyards in Davenport, Florida

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Sabal Trail Pipeline near recent sinkhole 12/10/16 – A live stream with Adam Dubbin from Berwick Drive, Magnolia Glen Neighborhood, off Florence Villa Grove Rd, Davenport, Polk County, Florida.

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Sabal Trail Pipeline: Reunion, Florida with compressor station construction

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This short informative video shows the construction site for both the Sabal Trail Pipeline and one of three compressor stations being built in Florida along Osceola-Polk County Road just west of Orange Blossom Trail 17-92, as well as discusses the dangers that the local community of Reunion are facing.

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Otter Antics on the Santa Fe River

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This video features an adorable otter observed on the Gilchrist County shores of the Santa Fe River, Florida.

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Welcome!

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Welcome to the official Save Florida Waters NOW website, an activist movement as well as a documentary in motion! This website will serve many purposes: as a hub of information about Florida’s waters and ecology; a place to keep up with the progress of the documentary; a resource page for all of environmental movements in the state of Florida; a place for Water Protectors, Water Warriors and other like-minded people to exchange their thoughts and ideas. So follow along on social media—the links are icons in the footer of this page—and keep checking back here for updates! Be sure to bookmark us, as there will be a lot in store for the near future. Thanks for stopping by!

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FLORIDA WATERS FACTS — Ginnie Springs, Gilchrist County

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Take a journey to one of the most beautiful, pristine springs in all of the world. Ordinarily, Ginnie Springs is overwhelmed with humans during the summer months, but Adam Dubbin with the Florida Springs Institute got a chance to see the boil and the spring run while the crowd was away. Come watch and learn about our wonderful Florida waters!

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http://www.saj.usace.army.mil/Missions/Civil-Works/Water-Management/

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Volunteers clean the Everglades for Earth Day

"Volunteers got on airboats and put on their bibs to help clean up an old water testing site that's been abandoned for about 20 years."

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