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Anti-dredge activists make 'Battle for Biscayne Bay' film

 

Last week the Florida House of Representatives passed a bill that, with Senate approval, would put the Port of Miami Deep Dredge project on the fast track to resumption after a state court put the project on hold for further review.

Environmentalists worry that the Deep Dredge, an effort to accommodate a new generation of super freighters, could spell ecological disaster for Biscayne Bay and its marine life. In an effort to raise awareness about the issue, two filmmakers have made a nearly-10-minute video piece called the “Battle for Biscayne Bay”.

Read more about the “Battle for Biscayne Bay" at beachedmiami.com.

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