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Wetlands

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  • Our endangered environment [Commentary]

    Our endangered environment [Commentary]
    Americans received some welcome news last week about the state of their environment. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell announced that the Delmarva fox squirrel has recovered sufficiently to be removed from the federal Threatened and Endangered Species list....
  • Protect Maryland's streams and wetlands [Letter]

    Protect Maryland's streams and wetlands [Letter]
    As field organizers with Clean Water Action, we inform residents about environmental issues and ask them to contact elected officials to take action. We are currently working on the most important water campaign since the passage of the Clean Water Act in...
  • Miami foundation offers $10 million for phosphate pollution solution

    MIAMI (Reuters) - A Florida environmental group is offering $10 million to anyone who can devise a method for ridding the Everglades and other waterways around the country of the fertilizer byproduct phosphorous that has caused disastrous algal blooms...
  • Missing Orlando man found in the woods

    Missing Orlando man found in the woods
    The 23-year-old Orlando man who went missing in the woods was found in fair condition near a wooded, swamp area Wednesday morning, officials said. Jonathan Hernandez was last seen about 12 p.m. Monday in front of Cypress Creek High School, where he was...
  • Route 460 study: Improving existing road cheaper, with less wetlands impact than new route

    Route 460 study: Improving existing road cheaper, with less wetlands impact than new route
    An environmental study released Monday on the Route 460 realignment project points to major differences in cost and wetlands impacts between the original proposed route and simply improving the existing roadway. The draft Supplemental Environmental...
  • A captivating 'Wetlands' pushes the boundaries of taste

    A captivating 'Wetlands' pushes the boundaries of taste
    The unrepentantly vulgar and captivating German coming-of-age film "Wetlands" gives new meaning to the term "naughty bits." The gutter isn't where its mind and heart are, though. Based on a novel by Charlotte Roche, the movie's hemorrhoids-suffering,...
  • Home-Garden news for 9/11: Design your space at home show this weekend, garden lecture series starting

    Meet skilled craftsmen, kitchen and bath designers, architects and builders at the 2014 Design Your Space Home Show this weekend in Virginia Beach. Jeff Devlin, HGTV personality and DIY host of "I Hate My Bath" is the main stage presenter during the show...
  • Big hand for a tiny turtle

    Big hand for a tiny turtle
    America's tiniest turtle is getting a helping hand from Uncle Sam. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced this week it is giving the Maryland Department of Natural Resources $153,321 to protect the bog turtle, which at just three to four inches...
  • Spurned by Gators, Kentucky freshman Garrett Johnson returns to haunt Swamp

    Spurned by Gators, Kentucky freshman Garrett Johnson returns to haunt Swamp
    GAINESVILLE — The last time Garrett Johnson was in The Swamp, he left in a huff. He was miffed. He wanted a scholarship offer from the Florida Gators and he didn’t get it. On Saturday night, he left The Swamp disappointed, once again, as his...
  • CeCe Jefferson, Jeff Holland, West Orange crew headline UF visitors

    CeCe Jefferson, Jeff Holland, West Orange crew headline UF visitors
    The biggest Florida Gators recruiting targets at the Swamp on Saturday night for the Kentucky game were Jeff Holland and CeCe Jefferson, but Winter Garden West Orange High was best represented. The Gators are hopeful they can land at least one of the...
  • Bulletin Board

    Saturday Family Fun Day, learn to make a Gyotaku, or traditional Japanese fish print, noon-3 p.m., Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, 4000 Morikami Park Road, Delray Beach. Free with paid admission of $14 adults, $13 seniors, $11 students, $9...