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Anglers Unite Against Big Sugar

Posted on May 27 2016

Discharge from Florida’s Lake Okeechobee is severely polluted with phosphorus and nitrates from sugar farming and development and has decimated seagrass flats that once supported a thriving fishery. Bill Kearney writes about how anglers like guide Mike Conner are uniting against big sugar and are working to restore the ecosystem. Via Miami New Times.

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