Palm Beach Post: Restoration of Cypress Creek land paying big dividends for Martin

Michael Yustin,  Martin County’s environmental resources specialist, with an apple snail on one of Culpepper Ranch’s restored wetlands. (Source: Palm Beach Post)

From The Palm Beach Post’s award-winning blogger, Sally Swartz: The Cypress Creek land, west of Interstate 95 along the Martin-Palm Beach County line, the restoration of 1,200 acres of publicly owned land known as the Culpepper Ranch, is working. In a state where most water quality news is bad, that’s good news.

Cypress Creek is a major tributary to the Loxahatchee River, one of two Florida rivers the federal government recognizes as wild and scenic.

For the complete entry: http://blogs.palmbeachpost.com/opinionzone/2014/01/26/resoration-of-cypress-creek-land-paying-big-dividends-for-martin/

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