“Aquatic Plant Management; Directs FWCC, in consultation with UF/IFAS & FGCU/Water School, to implement & study nutrient removal technologies & mechanical aquatic plant management techniques within Lake Okeechobee watershed; authorizes FWCC to consult & contract with entities for implementation & study; directs FWCC to submit report to Governor & Legislature; provides appropriation. APPROPRIATION: $500,000.” — HB 579
In Episode 228 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses two important items- Florida House Bill 579 and the latest ethics concerns for Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm— and and introduces listeners to North Branch Outing Club guide/outfitter Dave McCool.
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EP 232: Bureau of Land Management Pushes Renewable Energy, Washington St. Spring Bear Hunt Nixed, Elk Occupancy Agreements – District of Conservation
- EP 232: Bureau of Land Management Pushes Renewable Energy, Washington St. Spring Bear Hunt Nixed, Elk Occupancy Agreements
- EP 231: Biden Administration Wages War on Oil & Gas and Celebrating the Monarch Butterfly's Return
- EP 230: Why Hunters Should Care About the Second Amendment (ft. Mark Jones from Gun Owners of America)
- EP 229: POLITICO Issues Warning to Anti-Gun Democrats & Why "Yellowstone" on Paramount Network is So Popular
- EP 228: FL HB 579, Secretary Granholm Still Tied to Proterra, Interview with Dave McCool from North Branch Outing Club
Could one man’s algae trash be another’s algae treasure?
CFACT’s @gabriellahoffman splashes down into the Florida Everglades in this episode of CFACT’s Conservation Nation to learn about Aguaculture, a company that harvests toxic algae blooms from aquatic invasive species and turns it into useable fertilizer.
These algae blooms are causing big problems for Florida waters, but Aguaculture may have found the key using free market forces and technological innovation.