Make the water flow south…again
To the editor:?
U. S. Sugar’s full-page ads explain how water from north of Lake O has been diverted to the Caloosahatchee and St. Lucie Rivers by blocking its previous outlet to the south, via the Everglades.
That was done to create the agricultural area now used by “Big Sugar”.
But no one has explained why a channel cannot be made through that agricultural area so that this water can again flow south.
Who can help us, please, to provide such a solution?