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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2016 ConferenceJanuary 7-10th, 2016

in Coral Gables, FL 

 

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Everglades Coalition shared Tropical Audubon Society's event.

This Fri, 5/27 @ 7:30p, enjoy The Unseen Everglades, a documentary that will teach us why we must protect and restore what's left of the original America's Everglades. Our thanks to Tropical Audubon Society for hosting the event.

See this compelling, Emmy-award-winning, 56-minute documentary under the Audubon oaks and stars. Within the "The Unseen Everglades" frames you'll discover the rich history of the Florida Everglades; explore its unique habitats; and meet both its wildlife and human residents. Flowing southward for hundreds of miles from headwaters near Kissimmee to the Florida Bay, the Sunshine State's unique "River of Grass" is one of the world's most precious natural resources. The fast-moving film, hosted by author/adventurer Charles J. Kropke, examines the complex family of ecosystems that comprise this national treasure, the flora and fauna that inhabit it, and the spirited fight to restore, preserve and protect it. Viewers will come away with a better understanding of the Everglades's scope and the critical role the world's largest contiguous freshwater marsh plays on the Blue Planet. Also on the Marquee: Live Music by Lucid Room, Vibe305 Food Truck & donation BirdBar Gates open at 7:30pm Lucid Room plays Set #1 1-hour film rolls at dusk under the Audubon oaks & stars Lucid Room plays Set #2 Summer Movie Nite is a FREE community event -- invite your peeps! Limited on-site parking via the 55th Avenue entry gate; metered parking on Sunset Drive; various garage and valet parking options within 1-3 blocks; Metro-rail service to South Miami Station.

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'Water managers should endeavor to finish incomplete projects. They should also stop looking at “send the water south” as a problem, and instead as part of the solution.'

For nearly a year, it’s been a rallying cry from Tallahassee to Stuart to Naples: “Send the water South!

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‘Send the water south’ part of solution to fix Everglades  View this post

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