WWALS Watershed Coalition advocates for conservation and stewardship of the Withlacoochee, Willacoochee, Alapaha, Little, and Suwannee River watersheds in south Georgia and north Florida through education, awareness, environmental monitoring, and citizen activities.
This one surprised me: there is a way to regenerate coral reefs.
You can see it at the
Wild & Scenic Film Festival, 7PM, Thursday, May 31, 2018, in Valdosta, GA.
An upbeat look at a downbeat topic, coral reefs are home to 25% of
all marine species and protect the coastlines of more than 100
countries and provide 500 million people with jobs. They are also
taking a huge hit from climate change, ocean acidification, and
other pressures. The Mote Tropical Research Lab and the Coral
Restoration Foundation’s ground breaking work with accelerating
coral growth in the lab, creating nurseries in the ocean, and
replanting back to the reefs is nothing less than fantastic. Their
efforts creates hope for the future of sustainable coral reefs
around the globe.
Sabal Trail did not notify state or local officials about their “odorant” leak
at the Dunnellon Compressor Station site,
response to WWALS
failed to mention local people called the same stink in to 911 two days
in a row.
said there’s no need so long as Sabal Trail follows various permits,
but gave no indication of who is checking to see if Sabal Trail does that.
Apparently we the people have to keep doing what the state and federal
agencies still aren’t doing: watch Sabal Trail like a hawk.
Google map of locations of Dunnellon High School and Sabal Trail Dunnellon Compressor Station.
You can see most of the 100-foot Sabal Trail right of way.