How much progress has been made since the toxic-algae crisis that devastated Boca Grande and other Florida communities in 2018?
How likely is a recurrence of the red tide and blue-green algae that killed marine life and posed a public health threat to Floridians?
Have the political and policy responses to Florida’s toxic-algae crisis been adequate?
Those are the questions at the heart of an event Friends of the Everglades and VoteWater are co-hosting March 22, at the Boca Bay Pass Club Power House. You’re invited to join us for a “Clean Water Conversation: LIVE” moderated by Boca Grande’s own Wesley Locke. This informative and fun gathering will begin at 5 p.m. with an interactive presentation, to be followed by a 6-7 p.m. outdoor cocktail reception open to the Boca Grande community