On Thursday, South Florida water managers approved a $5.4 million construction contract to complete work on canals, levees and pumps that will help bring more freshwater to Florida Bay, where high salinity triggered a massive seagrass die-off in 2015. Seagrass provides habitat for shellfish and other marine life critical to wildlife.
On Thursday, South Florida water managers approved a $5.4 million construction contract to complete work on canals, levees and pumps that will help bring more freshwater to Florida Bay, where high salinity triggered a massive seagrass die-off in 2015. Seagrass provides habitat for shellfish and other marine life critical to wildlife. Joe Rimkus Jr. MIAMI HERALD Staff
On Thursday, South Florida water managers approved a $5.4 million construction contract to complete work on canals, levees and pumps that will help bring more freshwater to Florida Bay, where high salinity triggered a massive seagrass die-off in 2015. Seagrass provides habitat for shellfish and other marine life critical to wildlife. Joe Rimkus Jr. MIAMI HERALD Staff

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Water managers take steps to improve South Florida bays

January 12, 2017 5:19 PM

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