Refuge contemplates Three Sisters access

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Posted: 08/06/2014 9:51 PM   CRYSTAL RIVER — The manager of the Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge is seeking a “single-entity contractor” … [Read more...]

Sound Policy And Common sense in Manatee Lawsuit

By Mark Miller and Christina Martin A legal team for “billionaires.” That’s how The Palm Beach Post describes Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF), in an … [Read more...]

Manatees may lose endangered status

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Original Article By David Fleshler, Sun Sentinel / 6:17 p.m. EDT, July 1, 2014   The manatee's 47-year-run as an endangered species may soon … [Read more...]

Manatee healthy no matter the classification

July 10, 2014|By Sun Sentinel Editorial Board, By Sun Sentinel Editorial Board Original Article HERE.   The bad news about Florida's favorite … [Read more...]

Reclaimed Water Project to Benefit Springs

"District leaders recently helped celebrate the groundbreaking of the Crystal River to Duke Energy Reclaimed Water Project. It will provide highly treated … [Read more...]

“Rock Star” Coming to Hunter’s Springs Cove in Crystal River.

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Habitat restoration will soon get an enormous boost from a “Rock Star”. Click here to Read all about it! … [Read more...]

Join Save Crystal River, Inc. and the Southwest Florida Water Management District to Protect Florida Springs:

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Petition to down-list the West Indian Manatee…

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FWS has concluded that a petition to down-list the West Indian manatee presented substantial evidence and contains enough information to warrant a full-blown … [Read more...]

Wood stork off endangered list after recovery in U.S. Southeast.

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After 30 years of conservation efforts, it was announced last week that the wood stork will be reclassified from endangered to threatened status because the … [Read more...]

Could This Happen Here? The confusion at Indian River Lagoon

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What ignited the "superbloom" and brown algae that killed 60 percent of Indian River Lagoon seagrass? Read more … [Read more...]