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Old 01-19-2020, 04:36 PM
Location: In the Sunshine State
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Originally Posted by sinatras View Post
A great many of our natural springs are dead or dying. I hope the "rock star" can save them. I know the majority of people in these Florida forums are not native Floridians. But for those of us who are native Floridians, and grew up swimming in pristine springs and beaches, it is DEVASTATING to see what has happened to our springs and our beaches (with toxic algae, etc.).
Have no been here all my life but in Fl since 1973 and at a young age and I agree with you
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Old 01-20-2020, 04:30 AM
Location: Venice, FL
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I'm concerned about the new commercial Salmon farms coming to FLA. They'll suck millions of gallons of fresh water from our aquafurs. I hope th Florida EPA knows what they are doing with those.
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