Army Corps sets plan to save Everglades

June 16, 1998

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Army Corps sets plan to save Everglades

The Army Corps of Engineers is undertaking a $7.5 billion effort to undo the damage it did decades ago when it drained Florida's Everglades. Experts call it "the biggest ecological restoration project on the face of the planet."

Full story from the Baltimore Sun.

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