Zurawik: Let's stop the Hitler talk in the media

Joe Negron

Is Florida moving too slow to save the Everglades?

Zooming over the vast Everglades in a helicopter, it's easy to see how much work is being done to revive the wilted watershed:

Newly restored bends in the Kissimmee River are resurrecting floodplains and wetlands to clean and slow the flow of dirty water running from farms and cities into Lake Okeechobee. Reservoirs are underway east and west of the lake to hold more water. To the south, sprawling treatment areas to scrub pollution from farm runoff water were expanded last year. Of 26 massive culverts needed to shore up the lake's aging dike, 21 are under contract. And new and reconfigured canals began delivering more water in 2016 than ever before to Everglades National Park. To...

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