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8 01, 2018

Pivotal moment for our estuaries and the Everglades

The 134 billion gallons of Lake Okeechobee water sent east makes this year's discharges the 12th largest ever sent to the St. Lucie River. TYLER TREADWAY/TCPALM (Photo: MOLLY BARTELS/TCPALM) Let's make this as clear as [ Read more ]

Pivotal moment for our estuaries and the Everglades
18 10, 2017

We can’t afford to wait any longer

The widespread human disaster brought about by Hurricane Irma has left behind a legacy of environmental destruction that will affect our way of life for months if not years to come.  Sadly, this legacy [ Read more ]

We can’t afford to wait any longer
17 10, 2017

Protecting the Tarpon Legacy

Fighting to Protect our Most Valuable Resource Our team is working hard every day to expedite critical Everglades restoration projects. For the past month, Florida's East and West Coast estuaries have been under assault by [ Read more ]

Protecting the Tarpon Legacy
2 05, 2017

SB 10 Passes House and Senate!

A Letter From the Founders of Captains for Clean Water: Today marks an important day for the history of the Everglades. The Florida House of Representatives followed the lead of the Senate and passed Senate [ Read more ]

SB 10 Passes House and Senate!
3 02, 2017

Fast-Track EAA Reservoir to Save Our Estuaries

Last week, Senator Bradley filed a bill to purchase 60,000 acres of land in the Everglades Agricultural Area to construct a dynamic reservoir to alleviate discharges to the Caloosahatchee and St. Lucie Rivers, and provide [ Read more ]

Fast-Track EAA Reservoir to Save Our Estuaries
6 09, 2016

Conservation in Perspective

Many folks have a hard time understanding “conservation” due to the scale of the issues. They take nature for granted and assume that they have been given an unlimited supply of resources at their disposal. [ Read more ]

Conservation in Perspective