Wagner Creek merges with the Miami River next to Northwest Seventh Ave. Long considered one of the state's most polluted waterways, Wagner Creek is finally getting cleaned up.
Wagner Creek merges with the Miami River next to Northwest Seventh Ave. Long considered one of the state's most polluted waterways, Wagner Creek is finally getting cleaned up. NICK SWYTER Miami Herald File
Wagner Creek merges with the Miami River next to Northwest Seventh Ave. Long considered one of the state's most polluted waterways, Wagner Creek is finally getting cleaned up. NICK SWYTER Miami Herald File

After this, Wagner Creek in Miami won’t be Florida’s dirtiest waterway any more

April 12, 2017 06:56 AM

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