Explore the history of the Florida Everglades, why restoration is so important, and how you can help.
Debate continues about how Lake Okeechobee’s water level should be managed as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers takes public input on a new operating plan.
Flood control measures, introduced species and increased development have dubbed the Everglades as the most threatened park in the U.S.
Climate change-induced rise in temperatures and sea levels threaten the Florida Everglades and the very existence of the people who call it home.
Some progress has been made toward restoration, but evidence of unanticipated effects from climate change is forcing experts to reassess what is possible.