The Seybold Canal, part of Wagner Creek, merges with the Miami River near Northwest Seventh Avenue. Long considered one of the Miami’s most polluted waterways, the creek may finally be getting cleaned up. River advocates and Miami officials say they've lined up enough money to dredge and clean the creek.
The Seybold Canal, part of Wagner Creek, merges with the Miami River near Northwest Seventh Avenue. Long considered one of the Miami’s most polluted waterways, the creek may finally be getting cleaned up. River advocates and Miami officials say they've lined up enough money to dredge and clean the creek. NICK SWYTER Miami Herald Staff
The Seybold Canal, part of Wagner Creek, merges with the Miami River near Northwest Seventh Avenue. Long considered one of the Miami’s most polluted waterways, the creek may finally be getting cleaned up. River advocates and Miami officials say they've lined up enough money to dredge and clean the creek. NICK SWYTER Miami Herald Staff

Polluted waterway on the mend in Miami

February 10, 2015 03:20 PM

UPDATED February 14, 2015 06:12 PM

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