“How Cherrios are helping to save the Everglades”

Cleaning up a man made mess.  Working together to redress the insults to Mother Earth.

“The problem is the Everglades are our water supply.” Eric Buermann, Southern Florida Water Management District. “And there’s only 40 percent of the natural Everglades left after man’s drainage and decimation of the natural environment.”

Investing almost $1 billion the state for Florida has instituted a research program to correct the growing problem. Engineers hope to apply what scientists learn to get water running again where there’s too much of it and let it flow into places where there’s much too little of it, like the Everglades National Park

Will this work to save the unique habitat be damaged by the oil approaching the Everglades?

Cherrios are helping to save the the watery wetland’s water flow patterns.  Check out the video.

What do you think?  

Look at the work being done to try to restore part of the Everglades.


Video courtesy of YOUTUBE


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