BISCAYNE BAY'S FISH KILL AND ALGAE BLOOMS

BISCAYNE BAY'S FISH KILL AND ALGAE BLOOMS

Biscayne Bay has reached a tipping point. Too much pollution from septic tanks, sewer leaks, stormwater drains, and fertilizers led to a fish kill. Decaying fish have likely now led to severe algae blooms. This latest crisis is in addition to the die-off of the Bay’s seagrass. Clean water is what makes Miami, Miami. We need to stop the pollution. Want to get involved? Support Miami Waterkeeper, a local non-profit that protects the water you love. Miami Waterkeeper has been coordinating with the public, scientists, elected officials, agencies, and the media. Click HERE to read more and get involved.


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BISCAYNE BAY'S FISH KILL AND ALGAE BLOOMS
BISCAYNE BAY'S FISH KILL AND ALGAE BLOOMS
HomeMiami Waterkeeper is a South Florida Environmental Group that advocates for Swimmable, Drinkable, Fishable water for all. Working on sea rise, water pollution, coral reef protection, and water issue education.