Saving Manatees from Red Tide


By Natasha Rodriguez The normal clear waters of Florida’s Gulf coast have now become a muddy brown-red color and manatee deaths have taken a heavy toll because of it. As of October, last year, the red tide, or harmful algae bloom, has had a higher-than-ever concentration and is still being tested for in Florida. [...]

Saving Manatees from Red Tide2018-11-05T18:20:07+00:00

Restoring Florida’s Paradise


By Adrian Nones-Newman and Marlene Fisher Mangroves serve as a buffer between the ocean and land by preventing storm surge, land erosion and providing a critical habitat for marine life. The outcome of hundreds of acres of mangroves being uprooted over the years to accommodate humans has slowly begun to manifest itself. Just last year, [...]

Restoring Florida’s Paradise2018-10-29T14:10:20+00:00

Gentrification of Little Haiti


Influx of developers threaten small businesses and Haitian culture Produced for Biscayne Bay News by Jamie Adelson and Jasmin Hurtudo

Gentrification of Little Haiti2018-08-27T14:45:21+00:00