It's a critical time to take stock of the Florida Everglades, now that the world's most ambitious wetlands and ecosystem restoration project is underway. Our journey begins in the Kissimmee River, flows into Lake Okeechobee, seeps into farmlands and water conservation areas, and finally trickles into Florida Bay.
Exploring by kayaks and airboats in their search for understanding, the Karst film crew joins scientists on a journey through the Florida Everglades ecosystem in this two-part PBS film.
Everglades history begins a millennia ago; recent history includes drainage canals, water diversion, a National Park, and the Everglades Forever Act.
Restoring a New Jersey-sized ecosystem is a daunting task. Learn how natural and human processes, from hurricanes to agriculture, have shaped the Everglades.
There are at least as many lessons to be learned from the Florida Everglades as there are mosquitoes in a swamp. Explore our diverse educational resource links.