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FCC News Brief – November 16, 2018

Written by Florida Conservation Coalition

Read Tiger Bay forum: Florida must better protect water quality – “Protecting this state’s water quality requires diligence on the part of not just lawmakers and regulators but farmers, homeowners and other citizens, several speakers at a Manatee Tiger Bay … Read More

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FCC News Brief – November 13, 2018

Written by Florida Conservation Coalition

Read State of Water: Nutrient pollution damaging county waterways – “As the population continues to grow and sea levels continue to rise, Volusia County residents over the next few decades can expect their relationship with water to change. Not necessarily … Read More

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FCC News Brief – August 14, 2018

Written by Florida Conservation Coalition

Stephen Nash writes for the Washington Post- “ Mining corporations — many of which are foreign-owned — multimillionaire ranchers and fossil-fuel interests threaten to gut the meager protections afforded wildlife by the federal Endangered Species Act. Those who follow President … Read More

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FCC News Brief – August 7, 2018

Written by Florida Conservation Coalition

From the blog of Jacqui Thurlow-Lippisch, John Moran’s photo essay – “I reported last month on the plight of the Caloosahatchee River and its befouled waters flowing from Lake Okeechobee; delivering slime to waterfront neighborhoods in Fort Myers and Cape … Read More

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FCC News Brief – August 1, 2018

Written by Florida Conservation Coalition

James Call reports for the Tallahassee Democrat – “Cleanup plans for Wakulla and a dozen other Florida springs are on hold after critics- including environmentalists and builders- met a Friday deadline to challenge them in administrative court. The Florida Home … Read More