Dismantling Florida Water Regulating Rules

Marc Minno, a former supervising regulatory scientist at the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORGOV0000120" title="St. Johns River Water Management District" href="/topic/environmental-issues/st.-johns-river-water-management-district-ORGOV0000120.topic">St. Johns River Water Management District</a>, shows a water line on a cypress tree in the Bennett Swamp area of the Tiger Bay Forest in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100415000000" title="Volusia County" href="/topic/us/florida/volusia-county-PLGEO100100415000000.topic">Volusia County</a>, Fla. Tuesday, September 27, 2011. Many of the native cypress and tupelo trees are falling over as their roots loose their footing from bacteria eating up the soil due to a lack of water. (Gary W. Green/Orlando Sentinel)
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( Gary W. Green, Orlando Sentinel / September 27, 2011 )

Marc Minno, a former supervising regulatory scientist at the St. Johns River Water Management District, shows a water line on a cypress tree in the Bennett Swamp area of the Tiger Bay Forest in Volusia County, Fla. Tuesday, September 27, 2011. Many of the native cypress and tupelo trees are falling over as their roots loose their footing from bacteria eating up the soil due to a lack of water. (Gary W. Green/Orlando Sentinel)

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