The L-28 Interceptor canal carries polluted water from farm fields and pastures onto Miccosukee wetlands south of Alligator Alley that the tribe hopes to restore. Water sampling by the tribe has detected phosphorus up to 10 times the limit scientists say is needed for healthy marshes.
The L-28 Interceptor canal carries polluted water from farm fields and pastures onto Miccosukee wetlands south of Alligator Alley that the tribe hopes to restore. Water sampling by the tribe has detected phosphorus up to 10 times the limit scientists say is needed for healthy marshes. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com
The L-28 Interceptor canal carries polluted water from farm fields and pastures onto Miccosukee wetlands south of Alligator Alley that the tribe hopes to restore. Water sampling by the tribe has detected phosphorus up to 10 times the limit scientists say is needed for healthy marshes. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com

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