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Naples spending up to $100,000 to remove fish kill from Red Tide

A fish kill is filling up the water in Southwest Florida. As more people start to pile into the area, and beaches reopen, the fish kill will become a bigger problem. In Naples, city council authorized the city manager to spend up to $100,000 to expedite the cleanup of dead fish within the city waterways […]

Turning the Tide: New tool put in Gulf of Mexico to fight algae, Red Tide

On Wednesday afternoon, a new tool was put in the Gulf of Mexico to monitor the water and support Red Tide research, human health, and the ecosystem. Ten miles offshore and 30 feet underwater, giant cement blocks will help scientists better understand what’s happening in the water. “So the importance of Kimberley’s reef is it’s […]