The Everglades Coalition is an alliance of more than fifty local, state and national conservation and environmental organizations dedicated to full restoration of the greater Everglades ecosystem, from the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes into Lake Okeechobee and to the estuaries, through the River of Grass, out to Florida Bay and the Keys.

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Today the South Florida Water Management District governing board voted unanimously to dissolve the contracted option to purchase U.S. Sugar land in the EAA. Not one member of the board voted to support much needed storage capacity. Even worse, they offered no alternative plan. We heard all about constraints and limits and closed doors -- what we desperately need is leadership, ideas, and opportunities. This is a disappointing, but not unexpected, decision. It's a setback but not the end. Keep the faith. Our community is strong and our goal is noble. America's Everglades, our estuaries, and most importantly our children are counting on us. We fight on.

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Here is the second article in a series about the Everglades. I sure hope you enjoy it. http://canoeingwithgod.com/2015/05/the-everglades-a-lesson-on-floridas-h2o/

The state of Florida implemented the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP) to restore one of the most unique and diverse ecosystems found east of the Mississippi.  The Plan, as it is often referred to, is the framework that Florida will use to restore, protect, and preserve the water reso…

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The Everglades: A Lesson on Florida’s H2O - Canoeing with God  View this post

Everglades Coalition shared J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge (Official)'s photo.

This picture proves spoonbills are found in the refuge all year round! Every morning this week over 25 at the tower- but you have to come early they're usually gone by 10 AM.

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