A haywire hunting trip in the Everglades for an elusive oinker.
A battle over a shooting range speaks volumes about a commissioner's tactics
Could this be the next salmon?
Forget the awful past, say Alfonso and Pepe Fanjul, Florida's sugar barons. It's time to make nice and go into real estate.
Will a starry-eyed proposal for renovating Monument Island burn out before its time?
UM's Larry Brand flouts the grant system, pays the price
The Everglades, dead fish, and dictators
Want to hear more about a plan to protect the county's water supply from contamination? Good luck.
One thing about Steve Shiver's future as the county's chief executive: It'll never be lonely at the top
Letters from the issue of July 13, 2000
Open spaces: check. Sewer runoff: check. Locked gate: check. Yep, this is indeed a Miami park!
The state once aimed to buy a big chunk of the Everglades. But that was before Dexter Lehtinen came along.
When Joette Lorion publicly quit Friends of the Everglades, some environmentalists scoffed
Airboaters say they are friends of the Everglades. Park rangers and environmentalists beg to differ.
Tracking South Florida's endangered crocodiles is a business best left to experts and maniacs
City Hall revives a scheme to do away with Dinner Key Anchorage, Miami's last floating village
It feels good to do it. But recycling doesn't always save money or protect the environment.
Scaling Mount Trashmore, sorting through the clues to the mystery of everyday life
South Beach surfing has its ups and downs -- mostly downs -- but for a dedicated posse of locals it still can be swell
The Miccosukee Indians' desire to build new homes pits them, once again, against the federal government
Upper Biscayne Bay party boaters claim environmental technocrats killed Beer Can Island. And framed Hurricane Andrew.
Amid the rustle of the Australian pines on Beer Can Island, you might just hear the song of that rare bird, environmentalist compromisensis