Farmers in Everglades fields reduced pollution by just 27 percent this year, far off the 56 percent average over the last 20 years.
Farmers in Everglades fields reduced pollution by just 27 percent this year, far off the 56 percent average over the last 20 years. Brandon Kruse The Palm Beach Post
Farmers in Everglades fields reduced pollution by just 27 percent this year, far off the 56 percent average over the last 20 years. Brandon Kruse The Palm Beach Post

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