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Toxic Lake Apopka

Toxic Lake Apopka Toxic Lake Apopka. The History of agriculture here, and how we got to where we are. The Toxic Tour of Lake Apopka, led by Jeannie Economos of the Farmworker Association of Florida, conveys the deep history of Lake Apopka North Shore, agriculture and nutrient pollution. The synopsis below provides a snapshot of Central Florida’s… Continue reading Toxic Lake Apopka

Pollution, Classism, and Racism

by Maria Oswalt

Pollution, Classism, and Racism Pollution, Classism, and Racism. Environmental Justice In 2020 IDEAS FOR US did an interview with five panelists, Bryan Parras, Yudith Azareth, Taylor Morton, Catherine Flowers, and Kevin J Patel, who were from Zero Hour which is a youth climate activism organization. The organization believes in fighting for the right to thrive… Continue reading Pollution, Classism, and Racism

Protecting Natural Lands in Florida

Protecting Natural Lands in Florida Protecting Natural Lands in Florida. Econ River Wilderness Area. Split Oak Forest Wildlife and Environmental Area (Split Oak). Wekiva and Econ Rivers. These are precious natural lands that were discussed during the IDEAS For Us June IDEAS Hive discussion, “Protecting Natural Lands in Florida.” As the panelists continually express, if… Continue reading Protecting Natural Lands in Florida

Herbicides in Our Natural Water Bodies

Herbicides in Our Natural Water Bodies Herbicides in our natural water bodies. Have you ever visited a natural waterbody and noticed plants dying along the shoreline? This may be due to the spraying of synthetic herbicides. What are herbicides and how do they affect the health of our local environments? Could local groups remove invasive… Continue reading Herbicides in Our Natural Water Bodies

10 Natural Springs in Florida You Must Visit

Blue Spring State Park This state park is located in Orange City, Florida that features a cool water spring on the St. John’s river. The spring is home to manatees, alligators, and a variety of fish. With over 8,000 Google reviews, it’s clear that many people enjoy visiting Blue Spring State Park. They have an… Continue reading 10 Natural Springs in Florida You Must Visit

5 Simple Ways for Going Zero Waste in 2020 (According to a Millennial Zero Waster)

Embark on your zero waste journey with these five simple tips shared by a millennial zero waster. Discover easy ways to reduce waste, embrace sustainable living, and make a positive impact on the environment. Join us in adopting a zero waste lifestyle and creating a greener future.

Let’s Speak Up For Our Farmworkers

Since there are over 328 million people in the U.S, we need an abundance of food to be consistently reaching our supermarkets across the country every day. We have found ways to do so for the convenience of the majority with the help of pesticides, GMOs, and agricultural technology. However, these accessible and affordable foods… Continue reading Let’s Speak Up For Our Farmworkers

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