Reservoir Bill: Thank you to Legislators

Our latest newspaper ad in “The Stuart News” praising Senate President Negron and the other supporting legislators for getting Senate Bill 10 passed. It’s a good first step in reducing the toxic algae.

Florida drinking water among worst

Florida drinking water ranks among nation’s worst, study finds By Jenny Staletovitch May 2, 2017 Miami Herald More Floridians are exposed to unsafe drinking water than just about anywhere in the country, according to a new study of violations. The state ranked second in the number of people impacted by violations under the Safe Drinking […]

Call to Action: Urge Martin County Commissioners to Save Wetlands

On April 25, 2017, Martin County Commissioners will vote on CPA 07-17, an amendment to the Martin County Comprehensive Plan that would allow developers to pave over small urban wetlands.   Please urge Commissioners to vote against this amendment by attending the meeting, sending an email or calling. Email all Commissioners: comish@martin.fl.us Send an email […]

First Big Win In Effort to Save Small Wetlands

Written by Stuart Attorney Virginia Sherlock of Littman, Sherlock & Heims, P.A. The Local Planning Agency voted 3-1 in a jam-packed chamber Thursday evening to deny approval for CPA 17-07 that would allow the destruction of small urban wetlands. LPA Chair Jim Moir and members Don Foley and Cindy Hall voted to approve the staff […]

The Little Wetland That Could

Please sign the petition to protect small urban wetlands: Sign Petition

Save Our Small Wetlands, Sign Petition

Please consider signing this petition to protect small urban wetlands in Martin County!  

Guardians’ Programs featured in “The Island News”

The Guardians of Martin County’s Annual Meeting & Review is the featured story in this issue of “Island News”.  The newsletter is published by the Jupiter Island Residents Association. Read how The Guardians are advocating for clean water and efforts to stop “All Aboard Florida” from traveling through the Treasure Coast. Click here: Island News […]