Cultural Shift, Yet SFWMD/WRAC Still Focusing on “Constraints” not “Possibilities?” SLR/IRL

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Jacqui Thurlow-Lippisch

Burning sugarcane fields in the EAA. (Photo Jacqui Thurlow-Lippisch, 2012.) Burning sugarcane fields in the Everglades Agricultural Area near Palm Beach County. This area south of Lake O used to be the Everglades and today is the EAA. This area is a constraint to moving water south. (Photo Jacqui Thurlow-Lippisch, 2014.)

The St Lucie and the Caloosahatechee estuaries are part of the Everglades as was the Everglades Agricultural Area….

A sugar refinery in the Everglades Agricultural Area. (Public photo.) A sugar refinery in the Everglades Agricultural Area, (EAA). Refineries are a constraints to moving water south. (Public photo.)

Black Gold, the muck soils south of Lake Okeechobee. (Photo JTL, 2014.) Black Gold; the muck soils south of Lake Okeechobee that make the sugar industry wealthy. These soils are a constraint to moving water south. (Photo JTL, 2014.)

Sugar fields burning near Clewiston. (Photo JTL, 2014.) Refinery near Clewiston– a historical town built of the sugar industry located south of Lake Okeechobee. This city and others  are a constraint to moving water south but could benefit from ecotourism economy along with agricultulre. (Photo JTL, 2014.)

Gail M. Hollender, begins her book, “Raising…

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One comment on “Cultural Shift, Yet SFWMD/WRAC Still Focusing on “Constraints” not “Possibilities?” SLR/IRL

  1. Thanks for reposting Cyndi! Having lunch with Bryna soon.

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