Algal Blooms Are No Accident For Florida Everglades and Estuaries

Political, financial, and ecological barriers block solutions in South Florida.

Toxic Algae Flourish As Everglades Solution Eludes Florida

The blooms plaguing coastal estuaries are a symptom of a system out of balance.

Everglades Restoration Program Pays Ranchers to Protect Water

A program that pays ranchers to use pastures as water-retention ponds could provide one-sixth of the water needed to restore the Everglades for a fraction of the cost of current treatments, according to program proponents.

Florida Passes U.S. Sugar Purchase

WEST PALM BEACH, Florida -- The board of the South Florida…

U.S. Sugar Deal Bittersweet, Florida Lawmakers & Growers Believe

As the state of Florida plans to spend $1.34 billion to buy land…

Everglades Get Sweet Deal in U.S. Sugar Contract

The U.S. Sugar Corporation has approved a $1.34 billion sale…

Competition for sugar daddy: New bid may thwart government purchase of U.S. Sugar

As U.S. Sugar seeks to sell segments of its land, multiple interests…

Sugarcane plant, production, to remain as bid to save Everglades is scaled back

MIAMI -- After months of speculation and planning on the part…

Everglades wrapped in red tape, significant restoration unlikely

WEST PALM BEACH, Florida -- What seemed like a light on Florida's…

Everglades are one step closer to restoration, almost

WEST PALM BEACH, Florida - The state of Florida is buying 300…

The River of Grass: Florida’s Everglades, clean energy, and sugar

WEST PALM BEACH, Florida -- Efforts to restore portions of the…

Sugar-soaked Everglades deserve restoration, Florida governor decides

OKEELANTA, Florida - The golden days for sugar giants in Florida,…