Lake Okeechobee
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“Lake Okeechobee levels, which typically come up at this time of year, are falling,” said Col. James Booth, commander... more
The Lake Okeechobee System Operating Manual (LOSOM) would give the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers sole... more
Glades area residents spoke out about concerns the new plan for Lake Okeechobee will harm the lake’s ecology and threaten water supply … more
The summer heat has set the stage for algal blooms on Lake Okeechobee, but the algae is not toxic according to Florida Department of Environmental Protection. more
If heavier rains north of the lake don’t start soon, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers may switch to conservation mode. more
The Taylor Creek Lock has reopened to navigation. more
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District invites partners, the public and stakeholders... more
The Lake Okeechobee System Operating Manual (LOSOM) will change the way decisions are made about releases from Lake Okeechobee. more
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District (USACE) announces a 45-day public comment period for LOSOM … more
The summer heat continues to maintain continues ripe for algal blooms in South Florida ... more
Repairs to the Herbert Hoover Dike are set to be complete in October ... more
As the hot Florida summer continues, most water entering Lake Okeechobee is from direct rainfall into the 730 square mile lake surface more
Low flow into Lake Okeechobee from the north so far this summer could mean less nutrient load to feed algal blooms. more
Visitors to Lake Okeechobee often watch afternoon thundershowers move across the Big O like a gray curtain of water. more
“Can you swim in Lake Okeechobee?” more
The summer heat continues to encourage algal blooms in Lake Okeechobee, but most blooms are not toxic. more
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is studying a way to turn harmful algae blooms into fuel. more
Lake Okeechobee’s level remains just under 13 feet above sea level, and no lake releases are planned in the coming months. more
An Okeechobee woman was alarmed recently to see U.S. Army Corps of Engineers removing trees from along the rim canal. more
Lake Okeechobee saw little change this week as the lake level stayed just under 13 feet above sea ... more
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