$20 Million Restoration Plan For Biscayne Bay A Promising ‘First Step’ Says Miami WaterkeeperIn a year marred by massive fish kills, local and state leaders are taking, what some consider, long overdue action to address the problems facing Biscayne Bay.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Says State Will Help Pay To Protect Biscayne BayGov. Ron DeSantis has announced the state will use a pool of environmental money to help Miami-Dade County protect Biscayne Bay from continued degradation.
No Swim Advisory Lifted For Portions Of Biscayne BayMiami-Dade County officials announced Saturday the lifting of the no-swim advisory issued on November 20th for portions of Biscayne Bay.
No Swim Advisory Issued For Parts Of Biscayne Bay Due To Leak In Wastewater PipeAuthorities have issued a no-swim advisory for parts of Biscayne Bay following the leak of a 16-inch wastewater pipe.
Facing South Florida: The Biscayne Bay Fish KillThe sight of dozens of dead fish along the shore of Biscayne Bay in Miami is revealing the depths of the problem in the water.
Biscayne Bay, Already Suffering From Fish Kill, Now Dealing With Algae BloomBiscayne Bay can't catch a break. First it was the fish kill. Now it's algae bloom.
Pilot Uninjured As Seaplane Overturns in Biscayne BayA pilot is lucky to have survived major injuries or possibly even death after his seaplane overturned in the waters of Biscayne Bay on Saturday afternoon.
Scientists: Lack Of Oxygen Levels Lead To Massive Fish Kill In Biscayne BayFlorida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission scientists have concluded that low dissolved oxygen levels were spurred by high temperatures and heavy rainfall which are common during the summer months.
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez Asks Businesses To Stop Pesticide Sales In Effort To Fix Biscayne Bay Fish KillMiami Mayor Francis Suarez said it will take a regional approach to fix what led to the fish kill in Biscayne Bay.
FWC Concludes Low Dissolved Oxygen Levels In Biscayne Bay Led To Massive Fish KillState environmental scientists have determined that a fish kill in Biscayne Bay last week was caused by low dissolved oxygen (low DO) in the water.
‘This Is An Urgent Emergency’: Miami Commissioner Ken Russell Calls On Volunteers To Help With Biscayne Bay Fish KillCrews and volunteers worked Sunday to clean up the dead fish that continue to brush up along the shoreline of Biscayne Bay. Water experts say is happening due to the lack of oxygen.