Otherwise known as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), these highly stable manmade chemicals are widespread in our environment, homes, and even our drinking water.
Fossil fuels are being extracted off the coast of our state through a practice known as offshore drilling. This type … Continued
Don’t let this plant’s beauty fool you! Water hyacinth, or Pontederia/Eichhornia crassipes, is a Category 1 Invasive in Florida and is currently wreaking havoc on freshwater ecosystems all across the state.
Explore our timeline to take a look back at the long history of the site and to catch up on what’s been happening lately.
Explore the history of the Florida Everglades, why restoration is so important, and how you can help.
Protection Zones for Springs is a new Florida rule created to combat negative impacts from boating vessels and other human activities.
Florida has 320 known springs. Learn about how they are formed and why they matter.
Your everyday actions can help keep Florida’s waterways healthy and free of nutrient pollution.
When developers apply for permits to build on wetlands, they can buy credits that go toward the upkeep and maintenance of a nearby wetland.
First reported in 2014, stony coral tissue loss disease has infected more than 30 species of corals ranging over 96,000 acres throughout Florida’s Reef Tract.