Monday, June 26, 2017

Additional recreational acres in western Palm Beach County.

More good news from SFWMD for County residents and tourism:

Now the public will be able to see Everglades Restoration, water storage, and southern sheet-flow up close. A press release datelined yesterday (6/8) from SFWMD is below.
For the entire press release use this link.

West Palm Beach, FL - The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) Governing Board today approved public access to one of its major Everglades restoration projects, the A-1 Flow Equalization Basin (FEB). This action adds thousands of additional recreation acres in western Palm Beach County, where residents and visitors can enjoy the outdoors.
     “This Board remains committed to protecting public access of taxpayer-owned District resources,” said SFWMD Governing Board Chairman Dan O’Keefe. “This is a win-win. The A-1 FEB has been providing tremendous benefits to the Everglades ecosystem and now the public will be able to enjoy all the area has to offer with hiking, biking, hunting, wildlife viewing and other activities.”

Have you ever seen a Cape Sabal Sparrow?
Learn more about SFWMD’s efforts to save our birds and the “Tremendous Progress on Kissimmee River Restoration Projectusing this link.

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