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Killing FL barge canal 50 years ago offers lessons for stopping...

Seeing Richard Nixon’s name popping up in news coverage of the second Trump impeachment has made me so nostalgic for my teen years, I...

Why is the governor leaving important environmental posts unfilled?

One of the trickiest jobs a governor has is picking the right people to run various state agencies. Ideally, he or she must find...

Killing the Kirkpatrick Dam? The tale of Florida’s longest-running environmental wrangle

This happened 20 years ago, but I remember it like it was yesterday. I was on a boat, floating along a muddy shoreline. A handful...

Florida Forever becomes Florida never in the hands of the Legislature

Last week, at a time when we all needed a little good news, Florida’s governor and Cabinet held one of their rare meetings and...

Appeals court to decide what voters meant when they approved popular...

Two teams of lawyers – one for conservation groups and the other representing the state - squared off at the First District Court of...

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