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Clean Water For Florida

In a teleconference, Managing Attorney David Guest discusses Earthjustice's decades-long work to implement effective regulations to restore Florida's waterways and halt destructive practices and projects.

Throughout its history, Florida has been known for clear, sandy-bottomed rivers, streams, lakes, springs, bays and beaches—places of beauty and revitalization that draw visitors from around the globe. Today, Florida's waters are being poisoned by runoff from agricultural operations, fertilized landscapes, and septic systems.

In a teleconference, Managing Attorney David Guest discusses Earthjustice's decades-long work to implement effective regulations to restore Florida's waterways and halt destructive practices and projects.

This teleconference was held on March 28, 2013.

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