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  • Huge Lee County rock mine advanced by county planners

    Huge Lee County rock mine advanced by county planners

    Conservancy of Southwest Florida has monitored the mining application for several years, but had no immediate comment on the schedule of the King Ranch proposal for hearing.

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  • Invasive Non Native Plants / Forest Health / Our Forests

    Invasive Non Native Plants / Forest Health / Our Forests

    Invasive Non Native Plants The forests of the southeastern United States are increasingly facing the impacts of non native invasive species (plants, animals and pathogens). Many invasive plants affect forest health, productivity, access and use, and forest management costs, and limit species diversity on millions of acres of southeastern forests.

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  • Phosphate Mining Threatens Our Homes, Families

    Phosphate Mining Threatens Our Homes, Families

    In Florida, the process pictured above is known as strip mining. Phosphate rock is extracted about 30 40 feet (or more) below the surface using machines called draglines. The mining company assaults the land for years and, when they are done, they're required to quot;return it to a usable state again.quot;

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  • Mining Companies in South Florida, FL   Yellowpages

    Mining Companies in South Florida, FL Yellowpages

    Mining Companies in South Florida on YP. See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for the best Mining Companies in South Florida, FL.

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  • Home Page  Florida Mines

    Home Page Florida Mines

    Floridas Public Trust Doctrine. Phosphate industry practices disrespect the sovereignty of the Public Trust Doctrine.Floridas phosphate industry practices also illustrates the industrys cavalier attitude concerning reclamation projects and is known to be poor environmental stewards of the Florida

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  • Black Creek Crayfish   Florida Fish and Wildlife

    Black Creek Crayfish Florida Fish and Wildlife

    Black Creek crayfish can also be distinguished from other crayfish by the ten bumps located on their claws, where other species would have hair like features (Florida Natural Areas Inventory 2001). Life History . The diet of the Black Creek crayfish primarily consists of dead animals, plants, and decomposed organic matter.

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  • Welcome to the Southwest Florida Water Management District

    Welcome to the Southwest Florida Water Management District

    The Southwest Florida Water Management District (District) will be holding a feral hog management hunt on the Lower Hillsborough Wilderness Preserve in Hillsborough County Nov. 13 15. The property will be closed to the public from dusk until dawn during the hunts.

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  • SUMMARY OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE PERMITTING

    SUMMARY OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE PERMITTING

    process all modifications to permits for solid waste facilities, mining projects, seaports and seaport related development. Typically, the Southwest Florida Water Management District is responsible for reviewing and taking agency action (including compliance and enforcement) on all other Environmental Resource Permit Applications.

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  • Index of Plants  Plants Of The Southwest

    Index of Plants Plants Of The Southwest

    Online store containing native plant seeds for the Southwest, with zone finder and free catalog.

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  • Welcome   The Phosphate Risk

    Welcome The Phosphate Risk

    The economic vitality and environmental sustainability of Southwest Florida is at risk from many activities, but none of them more direct, predictable and quantifiable than the risk of phosphate strip mining. The next area targeted for expanded strip mining is Horse Creek, a vital tributary in

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  • Bone Valley

    Bone Valley

    The Bone Valley is a region of central Florida, encompassing portions of present day Hardee, Hillsborough, Manatee, and Polk counties, in which phosphate is mined for use in the production of agricultural fertilizer.

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  • Peace River   The Phosphate Risk

    Peace River The Phosphate Risk

    The Peace River flows 105 miles southwest from its headwaters in the Green Swamp near Polk County through eight counties to Charlotte Harbor. In 2004, the American Rivers Organization declared the Peace River among the Most Endangered Rivers in the United States.

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  • Florida State Noxious Weeds List  USDA PLANTS

    Florida State Noxious Weeds List USDA PLANTS

    Introduced, Invasive, and Noxious Plants NRCS Invasive Species Policy Invasive Species Executive Order 13112. Florida State listed Noxious Weeds 106 records returned. Click on an accepted name below to view its PLANTS Profile with more information, and web links if available.

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  • Toxic Waste, quot;Fluoridequot; in Your Tap Water?  Page 13

    Toxic Waste, quot;Fluoridequot; in Your Tap Water? Page 13

    Jun 10, 20160183;32;Phosphate fertilizer suppliers have more than $10 billion invested in production and mining facilities in Florida. Phosphate fertilizer production accounts for $800 million in wages per year. Florida's mines produce 30% of the world supply and 75% of the US supply of phosphate fertilizers.

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  • Record low temperatures hit SWFL   The News Press

    Record low temperatures hit SWFL The News Press

    Either way, that's cold for Southwest Florida. The new record temperature for a Feb. 20 should happen between 6 a.m and 7 a.m , according to Weather Underground (which is calling for a low of 32

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  • The Clock is Ticking on Florida's Mountains of Hazardous

    The Clock is Ticking on Florida's Mountains of Hazardous

    In 2012, the Southwest Florida Water Management District granted Mosaic a permit to pump up to 70 million gallons of water a day from more than 250 wells in Hillsborough, Manatee, Polk, Hardee and

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  • Invasive Non Native Plants / Forest Health / Our Forests

    Invasive Non Native Plants / Forest Health / Our Forests

    Invasive Non Native Plants The forests of the southeastern United States are increasingly facing the impacts of non native invasive species (plants, animals and pathogens). Many invasive plants affect forest health, productivity, access and use, and forest management costs, and limit species diversity on millions of acres of southeastern forests.

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  • Power Generation/Industrial Water Use   HSW Engineering

    Power Generation/Industrial Water Use HSW Engineering

    HSW Engineering, Inc. was awarded a contract to provide as needed engineering support to Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) in the area of water use permit review and water conservation, specifically targeted at industrial facilities and power plants.

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  • The Clock is Ticking on Florida's Mountains of Hazardous

    The Clock is Ticking on Florida's Mountains of Hazardous

    In 2012, the Southwest Florida Water Management District granted Mosaic a permit to pump up to 70 million gallons of water a day from more than 250 wells in Hillsborough, Manatee, Polk, Hardee and

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  • USGS Minerals Information Map Data

    USGS Minerals Information Map Data

    The information presented in the three data documents represents basic data about the 1,965 mines and processing plants shown on the map. Included in each of the three documents is company name, site name, State, county, commodity, and whether the location is a mine, processing plant, or both for each of the locations shown on the map.

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  • Enviro Groups Lose Bid to Stop Florida Phosphate Mine

    Enviro Groups Lose Bid to Stop Florida Phosphate Mine

    Minnesota based Mosaics largest phosphate mines and processing plants operate in Florida. Its open pit mines dot the landscape in five Florida counties. The Fortune 500 company wants to expand one mine near the Peace River watershed near Sarasota, Florida, and build three new mines in Central Florida.

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  • Home   Wild Blue Estero Homes

    Home Wild Blue Estero Homes

    Wild Blue. Located among 3,560 acres bordered by Alico Road and Corkscrew Road in Estero, Wild Blue is an emerging master planned community positioned to become one of the most significant, and celebrated, of mixed use residential developments in Southwest Florida.

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  • Drinking Water and Human Health   Southern Regional Water

    Drinking Water and Human Health Southern Regional Water

    Drinking Water Human Health in Florida. Groundwater is the source of drinking water for 90% of Florida residents. Public water supply use has increased 134% since 1970. Data from over 1,900 wells in Florida's ambient monitoring network indicate generally good water quality, but local groundwater contamination problems exist.

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  • Guide to Florida Landscape Plants for the southern half of

    Guide to Florida Landscape Plants for the southern half of

    South Florida Plant Guide strives to be a user friendly reference and info website to give just the right amount of information homeowners need about Florida Landscape Plants. Plus there's a lot of wrong information out thereand even a little bit of wrong can mean life or death to a plant.

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  • Welcome   The Phosphate Risk

    Welcome The Phosphate Risk

    The economic vitality and environmental sustainability of Southwest Florida is at risk from many activities, but none of them more direct, predictable and quantifiable than the risk of phosphate strip mining. The next area targeted for expanded strip mining is Horse Creek, a vital tributary in

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  • Phosphate giant Mosaic agrees to pay nearly $2 billion

    Phosphate giant Mosaic agrees to pay nearly $2 billion

    Mosaic Fertilizer, the world's largest phosphate mining company, has agreed to pay nearly $2 billion to settle a federal lawsuit over hazardous waste and to clean up operations at six Florida

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  • The Bushel Stop 20700 Griffin Rd Southwest Ranches, FL

    The Bushel Stop 20700 Griffin Rd Southwest Ranches, FL

    The Bushel Stop has an awesome selection of rocks, mulch, landscape materials, plants etc. Their prices are fair. Its quick to get in and out.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions Answers Mosaic Florida

    Frequently Asked Questions Answers Mosaic Florida

    Answers to questions about Mosaic in Florida, including phosphate mining, land reclamation, public health risk, water use and quality, was the result of nearly five years of negotiation with the Southwest Florida Water Management District to cool process equipment in manufacturing plants

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  • Florida and coal   SourceWatch

    Florida and coal SourceWatch

    Sep 03, 20120183;32;Florida had 30 coal fired generating stations in 2005, with 11,382 MW of capacity representing 18.8% of the state's total electric generating capacity. In 2008, Florida's coal fired power plants produced 120.9 million tons of CO 2, 271,000 tons of

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  • Southwest Florida so dry that canals, wells, pumps, lawn

    Southwest Florida so dry that canals, wells, pumps, lawn

    Southwest Florida so dry that canals, wells, pumps, lawn watering are concerns. The region's coastal area has received only 45 percent of the rainwater it would get during an average dry season.

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