MIAMI —There are plenty of spots to spread out a beach towel and relax or swim, while practicing social distancing and other Miami-Dade County New Normal guidelines, at the newly renovated beach at Larry and Penny Thompson Memorial Park and Campground, located at 12451 SW 184 Street, Miami.
The holidays are nearly here, and with them gifts, good times and… Garbage! Here is everything you need to know about your recycling opportunities and weird winter wastes.
MIAMI-DADE – “It’s deeply troubling to see the images shared today by Miami Waterkeeper showing dead fish around Biscayne Bay in the Morningside Park area. We know our Bay is at a tipping point – yet Mayor Gimenez continues to turn a blind eye to this crisis, refusing to heed my and many advocates' continued calls for action.
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Tallahassee, Fla. – As the Florida Panhandle continues with recovery efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Sally, Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried and the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) are providing updates on resources deployed by the department’s Office of Agriculture Law Enforcement (OALE) and Florida Forest Service.
MIRAMAR, FL –The City of Miramar received national designation as a Tree City USA community from the non-profit Arbor Day Foundation for the 18th year. Tree City USA designation is the framework for a healthy, sustainable urban forestry program in the City.
MIAMI —A dump truck driver was caught on hidden camera illegally dumping in the C-9 Basin of northwestern Miami-Dade County. And the truck’s owner was hit with fines totaling $5,500.
MIAMI– A landmark study by Global FinPrint reveals sharks are absent on many of the world’s coral reefs, indicating they are functionally extinct — too rare to fulfill their normal role in the ecosystem.
- Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners Urges Congress to Fund Flood Risk Management and Resiliency Plan
- ENDANGERED SPECIES: Disease Severely Affecting Bahamas Corals ~ Report
- Miami-Dade County Will Implement the Fourth-Largest Reclaimed Water Project in Florida
- Florida Helps Getting Ready for 2020 Hurricane Season