Matthew Dickerson: Wild birds part of wastewater solution

AT BLUE SPRING State Park in Florida, Matthew Dickerson saw more large wading shore birds than he's ever seen, including the sand hill crane. Photo by Matthew Dickerson

One of numerous sad stories of environmental devastation in Florida has been its many efforts spanning well over a century to drain its wonderful wetlands, including even the famed Everglades. So it’s encouraging to hear stories of creative problem-solving, healing and restoration.

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