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August 11, 2011 6:53 AM

Florida gets $100M from Wetlands Reserve Program

The Obama administration on Thursday will pump $100 million into a little-known program that is going a long way toward redefining Everglades restoration. The money won't go to build reservoirs. It will go to ranchers.

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