St. Johns River flows north from Indian River to northeast Florida

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St. Johns River/Everglades/Black hills/Sinkholes

 Sugar is not native to Florida;

therefore, it is harmful to

native plants, fish and animals!

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The Everglades of Florida,

like the

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Black hills of South Dakota,

each have a particular nature

not found anywhere else on Mother Earth.

Why should Floridians in north and central Florida be worried about ‘Algae Bloom’ in Lake Okeechobee and the Indian River lagoon?

Pollution from the Sugar Companies in the Everglades is forced into rivers that flow into Lake Okeechobee.

Lake Okeechobee flows to the Indian River Lagoon.

The Indian River Lagoon flows into the St. Johns River.

Florida’s St. Johns River flows north

from the Indian River to northeast Florida

and into the Atlantic Ocean

at the border of Georgia.

Please read this posting?

http://mysmudgingblog.blogspot.com/2016/07/st-johns-riverevergladesblack.html

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