Once Parched, Florida’s Everglades Finds Its Flow Again

KIOS: When people talk about Florida's Everglades, they often use superlatives: It's the largest protected wilderness east of the Mississippi River, and it's the biggest subtropical wetland in North America. But it is also the site of a joint federal-state plan that is the largest ecosystem restoration effort ever attempted -- one that is beginning to pay off after decades of work. The delivery of fresh water to long-parched areas of Everglades National Park is considered a vital restoration. It's......

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