Last year Sunshine State Gov. Rick Scott signed landmark legislation that called for a catch-all reservoir to be built below Lake Okeechobee in order to improve the spiraling health of the Everglades. Unfortunately, designs for the project recently submitted by the Water Management District don't do enough. And in short, experts say we need a lot more land to fix the problems.

 Two sugar companies leasing 18,000 acres of taxpayer land are standing in the way, refusing to budge. Tell Gov. Scott to cancel the leases on our land, so the District can deliver a reservoir plan that'll work. Learn more, here.

 

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