Water managers will continue pumping about 1.6 billion gallons of water a day into Everglades National Park to lower levels in a vast conservation area north of the Tamiami Trail, pictured here, that remains about a foot too high.
Water managers will continue pumping about 1.6 billion gallons of water a day into Everglades National Park to lower levels in a vast conservation area north of the Tamiami Trail, pictured here, that remains about a foot too high. Jenny Staletovich Miami Herald Staff
Water managers will continue pumping about 1.6 billion gallons of water a day into Everglades National Park to lower levels in a vast conservation area north of the Tamiami Trail, pictured here, that remains about a foot too high. Jenny Staletovich Miami Herald Staff

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