With nutrient pollution making its way through our waterways and painting Florida’s coastal communities green with toxic algal blooms, Everglades restoration is our only option.
South Florida’s environment and economy depend on a federal commitment of $200 million/year for Everglades restoration.
What’s at stake if we don’t take action?
The drinking water supply for 8 million Floridians
The loss of habitat for more than 2,000 species of plants and animals, of which, more than 70 are threatened or endangered
Impacts to our businesses, recreation and economy (fishing, real estate, tourism, etc.)
Human health (related to toxic algae)
Join our team of conservationists, scientists, anglers, activists, business owners and concerned citizens in the fight for Florida, and request an annual commitment of $200 million in federal funding for Everglades restoration.