The Everglades Foundation is Struggling with Math

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First came the grumbling from the Everglades Foundation over the results of the modeling done on the construction of a reservoir south of Lake Okeechobee in accordance with Senate Bill 10. The Everglades Foundation recently made it known that it didn’t like the math produced by the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD), which relies heavily on the Dynamic Model for Stormwater Treatment Areas (DMSTA), along with other models. Apparently the results were displeasing to the Everglades Foundation because the arithmetic didn’t recommend enough agricultural land be converted to reservoir use, a condition demanded by activists bent on eradicating agricultural lands (read: sugar farms) south of the lake.

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