South Florida Water Management District Launches $2 Million Program To Combat Toxic Algae BloomThe South Florida Water Management District is increasing its tracking of toxic blue-green algae.
Florida Revives Red Tide Task ForceA task force focused on red tide outbreaks along the Gulf Coast has been reorganized within the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Signs Red Tide InitiativeGov. Ron DeSantis signed into law Thursday an initiative between the state and Sarasota-based Mote Marine Laboratory that includes $3 million a year for the next five years to research the causes and impacts of red tide.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Signs Red Tide Research Billackling Florida's disastrous red tide is something Governor Ron DeSantis takes seriously and Thursday he signed a bill which creates a private partnership to research how to control and alleviate red tide blooms.
Discharges From Florida’s Lake Okeechobee Challenged In Federal LawsuitDischarges from Florida's Lake Okeechobee that send nutrients down two rivers triggering algae blooms are being challenged in a new federal lawsuit.
Red Tide Research Bill Gets Final Approval From Florida LegislaturesThe Sunshine State is cracking down on toxic red tide algae blooms after a bill focused on controlling the environmental hazard was given the green light by Florida legislatures.
Red Tide Research Bill Passes Unanimously Through Florida SenateAlgae blooms have become a major problem along Florida’s coastlines.
Florida Senate Moves Forward With Red Tide ResearchSenate panel moved forward Tuesday with a proposal that would direct $3 million a year to a red-tide research initiative.
Experts: Red Tide Among 5 Worst Toxic Algae Events In Florida's HistoryFlorida's red tide, which plagued the Sunshine state's coastline for 15 months, is one of the five worst toxic algae events in the state's recorded history, according to experts.
Florida's Toxic Red Tide Appears To Be FadingAfter more than a year of being plagued by a devastating red tide, Florida's coastal waters appear free of the toxic algae bloom that began in October 2017.
Report: Florida's Waterways, Coasts Are At A CrossroadsFollowing a year when the state's coasts and waterways were inundated with red tide and blue-green algae, a new report says we should be doing more to protect these natural resources.