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Estuary Program Awards Second-Year Funding by Jeremy Morrison The Pensacola and Perdido Bays Estuary Program rolled out its second year of grant funding Thursday evening,…

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Hurricane Sally offers lessons for the future

Report Outlines Storms’ Impacts, Opportunities for Improvements by Jeremy Morrison A year ago, Hurricane Sally hammered the local region with wind and rain, causing massive…

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Andrade environmental panel tomorrow

State Rep. Alex Andrade will be holding an Environmental Panel Discussion focusing on water quality, oyster restoration, and preserving Northwest Florida’s natural habitat at 5:30…

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Oyster restoration project launched

The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and partners announce the start of construction on the Pensacola East Bay Oyster Habitat Restoration Project to boost oyster populations in…

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First sea turtle nest recorded on Perdido Key

Escambia County Sea Turtle Patrol recorded Perdido Key’s first sea turtle nest this past weekend. This loggerhead is the first sea turtle nest on the…

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Robinson implements electric vehicle policy

Mayor Grover Robinson has implemented the Mayoral Policy 21-01, Electric Vehicle Ready Pensacola, in an effort to help the City of Pensacola be a leader in reducing greenhouse gas emissions….

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Bayou Marcus spill was huge

The broken pipe at Emerald Coast Utilities Authority’s Bayou Marcus facility spilled 5.7 million gallons of sewage into the Perdido Bay watershed before it was…

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NAS Whiting’s water issue

Naval Air Station (NAS) Whiting Field had an independent contractor officials test 24 private drinking water wells in the designated sampling area surrounding the installation….

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Pensacola goes green & the overpass campout

by Jeremy Morrison With a nod towards Earth Day, the Pensacola City Council went all-in on its unanimous approval of a renewable energy goal for…

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