As you may have noticed, we have been pushing hard to increase awareness about the problems plaguing South Florida, the Everglades, and the surrounding saltwater habitats. Here’s a . . .
Perk Perkins expounds upon Orvis’ support for the Now Or Neverglades campaign
Photo by Everglades Foundation
Last night, Orvis CEO Perk Perkins addressed attendees at the opening reception for The Everglades Coalition Conference in Sanibel, Florida. The theme of this year’s conference is . . .
Mike Connor scans the water from his poling platform.
Photo via Facebook
This podcast is an interview with an old friend and fishing buddy, Capt. Mike Connor of Bullsugar.org. Mike is a fishing guide whose livelihood has been threatened by the inaction . . .
Written by: Scott Graham, North Park Anglers
That’s a big fish for a guy from Colorado.
All photos by David Mangum
I was recently in Panama City Beach, Florida, and looked up David Magnum of Shallow Water Expeditions to go fishing for a day. Dave had an opening and was able to put me on a few . . .
Although the huge releases of fresh water from Lake Okeechobee have stopped for the time being, the issues that plagued the Florida coast this year remain. Here’s a great video from The . . .
We have been posting a lot recently about the problems plaguing South Florida because of the way that natural water flows have been interrupted. For those of us not from the Sunshine . . .
Two weeks ago, we told you about the “Road Trip to Restoration” of the Everglades, a bus tour across Florida to teach the public about the issues facing the Everglades and to get them to . . .
We have posted several times already about the ongoing disaster caused by freshwater releases from Florida’s Lake Okeechobee, which are damaging habitat along both coasts of South . . .
Written by: Eric Eikenberg, Chief Executive Officer, The Everglades Foundation
Twice this year, Florida Governor Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency due to a toxic, blue-green algae in Lake Okeechobee that has made its way into Florida’s waterways and . . .
Rainwater from Hurricane Matthew will be diverted east and west to coastal communities, with devastating effects.
Illustrations courtesy of US Army Corps of Engineers
Now that Hurricane Matthew has passed and folks in Florida assess the immediate damage, concern grows over the future effects of all that rainwater making its way to Lake . . .