Restoration is cure for drowning Everglades | Commentary

Wet season runoff from sugarcane operations within the Everglades Agricultural Area (EAA) is still having a disproportionate impact on the current flooding in the central Everglades, posing a threat to wildlife. Recent investments by both the federal and state governments have already greatly improved the situation and given water managers at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) greater tools to manage the vast volumes of water sustainably and responsibly.

Read the full commentary on Everglades Restoration written by Mark Perry and others