Endangered Species Program
Conserving the Nature of America

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Preserving Endangered Species in the Everglades
Produced by: United States Army Corps of Engineers
Partners: United States Army Corps of Engineers and State of Florida


The Florida Everglades is one of the nation's most unique ecosystems, and its inhabitants are extremely dependent on each other as well as the environment. USACE is partnering with the State of Florida in more than 60 projects designed to restore the 'River of Grass' and preserve threatened and endangered species.

Last updated: July 12, 2011