Environment

Agriculture and septic tanks targeted by Blue-Green Algae Task Force


Gulf County beach restoration project restarted after a one-year delay


Local organizations helps locals replant trees knocked down by Hurricane Michael


Locals find their own way to help the environment


Volunteers at St. Andrews Marina participate in International Coastal Cleanup Day


Students cut class to protest for environmental change at State Capitol


New legislation would set goal for 100 percent renewable energy by 2050


Watson Bayou is ready for swimmers again


Environmental groups back to square one in Amendment 1 lawsuit


State EOC prepares for Hurricane Dorian


Dozens of blacktip sharks spotted feeding off coast of Grayton Beach


A day with Dr. John Carlson, shark expert


Environmentalists optimistic about first Chief Resilience Officer


3,000 lbs. of plastic at historic State Capitol sends strong message to lawmakers


Scallop Rodeo hopes to revitalize scallop population


Storm damages sea turtle nests


More local governments consider plastic straw restrictions


Keeping sea turtle nests safe at the beach


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