STUART, Fla. — Maggy Hurchalla’s piece of Florida heaven is a patch of pristine Atlantic shore accessible only by boat in St. Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park. She and her husband nicknamed it the “End of the World” when they first came upon it half a century ago, after paddling south along … [more…]
South Florida needs all hands on deck — now
No graver threat faces the future of South Florida than the accelerating pace of sea-level rise. In the past … [more…]
To restore Louisiana’s coast, we need a suite of large-scale restoration projects across the coast working together to deliver maximum benefits and reduce land loss, restore ecosystems and maintain habitat.
In this "Restoration Project Highlights" series, we’ll be taking … [more…]
Complex Problem: Creating a sustainable future for the people, wildlife and industries of south Louisiana will require all the tools in the toolbox. Louisiana’s land loss crisis is not caused by any one single factor, but rather by a variety of complex man-made and natural causes that have contributed to the coastline’s depletion.
Because there’s no one cause, there’s no one solution. Instead, we need a variety of restoration projects,