Monthly Archives: August 2012

The spare roof is ready

Don’t worry about Hurricane Isaac. Rick Scott reassured Mitt Romney about the Republican convention in Tampa:  “I told him that we are ready. This is what we do.” I can’t resist posting again a video from last year. One reason … Continue reading

Posted in Climate change, Florida water resources | 1 Comment

An effective spring water diet?

If Floridians ate much less meat, the state’s water problems would be much smaller. Take, for example, the current controversy about the proposal to withdraw 13 mgd of groundwater for a giant new cattle ranch in the Silver Springs basin. … Continue reading

Posted in Agriculture and water, Water management districts, Water policy, Water quality, Water use | 9 Comments