In December 2015 after unseasonal winter rain, water managers drained the flooded conservation area into a canal running alongside the Tamiami Trail. Heavy rain this summer has again triggered flushing and raised environmental worries.
In December 2015 after unseasonal winter rain, water managers drained the flooded conservation area into a canal running alongside the Tamiami Trail. Heavy rain this summer has again triggered flushing and raised environmental worries. Jenny Staletovich Miami Herald Staff
In December 2015 after unseasonal winter rain, water managers drained the flooded conservation area into a canal running alongside the Tamiami Trail. Heavy rain this summer has again triggered flushing and raised environmental worries. Jenny Staletovich Miami Herald Staff

More summer rain means more environmental problems across South Florida

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