DeSantis Taps Four Appointees For Water Management BoardGov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday named four appointees to the nine-member South Florida Water Management District Governing Board, after he called last month for the prior board’s resignation.
DeSantis Cleans House At South Florida Water Management With 3 More ResignationsGovernor Ron DeSantis’s takeover of the South Florida Water Management District is now complete with three new resignations in the last 24 hours.
Two SFWMD Board Members Step Down Following DeSantis' Call For ResignationNew Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has made it clear that it’s a priority to improve the state’s environmental crisis.
Congressman Calls On SFWMD Members To ResignCongressman Brian Mast is calling on the nine-member South Florida Water Management District board to step down.
Facing South Florida: Investigating The South Florida Water Management DistrictThis week on Facing South Florida, host Jim DeFede investigates the South Florida Water Management District.
Homestead Man Captures Giant 17-Foot Python In Miami-DadeA massive snake was captured in South Florida earlier this week.
Hunter Bags 1,000th Python In Everglades Eradication ProgramIt's a milestone moment for the South Florida Water Management District in their effort to reduce the number of Burmese pythons in the Everglades.
South Florida Water Management District Prepares For Heavy RainfallWhile potential impacts to South Florida are unclear, the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) is getting the regional flood control system ready for potential heavy rainfall associated with a tropical wave in the Atlantic, approaching the Bahamas.
Curing Florida's Algae Crisis Will Take Time, Money, ScienceThe toxic algae outbreak that has coated swaths of Florida's St. Lucie River with guacamole-like sludge is a man-made affliction, arising from political and economic decisions made over the past 140 years.
Water Management District Meets On Algae BloomsMitigating the impact algae blooms in more than half a dozen counties was discussed Thursday at a meeting of the South Florida Water Management District.
For A Dry Season, We've Seen A Lot Of RainWhile we may be in our dry season, have you noticed all the rain we've gotten. South Florida's water managers sure have. They say we've logged its wettest January since 1932.