Lake Okeechobee
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Florida Gulf Coast University’s Water School will look for ways to improve the ecology of Lake Okeechobee ... more
WEST PALM BEACH – Will the Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow issue finally be resolved? more
Dry weather helped lower the level of Lake Okeechobee and the Water Conservation Areas (WCAs) in the past two weeks. more
Plans to move more water under the Tamiami Trail to Everglades National Park will take at least another two years. more
Lake Okeechobee is on track to start the wet season above 14 feet in June. more
Once again, concern for a bird that hasn’t been seen in a decade has meant reduced flow of water to Everglades National Park. more
The Florida Department of Health in Martin County (DOH-Martin) has issued a health alert ... more
Lake Okeechobee will start the wet season around 14.5 feet (above sea level) according to estimates shared by Col. James Booth ... more
With as much as 7 inches of rain expected south of Lake Okeechobee this weekend the “dry” season... more
Drier weather helped Lake Okeechobee drop below 16 feet in mid-March. more
On March 16, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection issued a Blue Green Algae Bloom Alert for Lake Okeechobee ... more
Will protection for a bird that may no longer even be there stop water managers from sending south... more
Boaters should exercise caution when approaching all locks on the Lake Okeechobee Waterway... more
Boaters should exercise caution in the vicinity of the Railroad Lift Bridge 3/4 miles east... more
The LOCAR Recommended Plan would achieve the goals and objectives of the... more
The “dry” season continues to bring above average rainfall, which means Lake Okeechobee... more
Concerned about already an already high lake level approaching the Florida “wet” season … more
The Buckhead Ridge S-127 Boat Lock on Lake Okeechobee’s North Shore will temporarily close... more
While the bass fishing has been great on Lake Okeechobee this year, anglers and scientists are concerned about the future of the fishery. more
The loss of submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) in Lake Okeechobee was a topic of discussion at the Feb. 22 FWC meeting ... more
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