The Little River’s polluted flow fuels Biscayne Bay troubles. Scientists taking a deeper look

Adriana Brasileiro from the Miami Herald writes:

Miami Waterkeeper, a nonprofit that advocates for the health of the county’s waterways, conducts regular sampling of water in the main canals and the bay. During the first six weeks of the summer, the Little River had the top levels of fecal bacteria contamination — all above EPA standards — among 20 spots sampled in Miami-Dade’s waterways sampled on a weekly basis.

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