Wise Water Words
Here's our second installment in our new series of Wise Water Words about how we can all help our river.
Nitrates occur naturally in soil and water, and, as long as this balance goes undisturbed, all is well. However, excess levels of nitrates, which contaminate ground and surface waters, are occurring at alarming rates. These excess levels can be traced to human activity:
The Palm Beach Post has published the following article regarding Sabal Trail. Proponents of the pipe give several incorrect statements here regarding the need for this pipe. Comments by OSFR historian Jim Tatum. -A river […]Read More
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