Title: Sustainable Agriculture "Everglades and Agriculture"
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Title: Sustainable Agriculture "Everglades and Agriculture"
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Powerpoint Presentation By: Alexander L. Fanjul FLO-SUN Incorporated January 17, 1996
General Note: Box 8, Folder 6 ( Vail Conference, 1996 - 1996 ), Item 36
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Bibliographic ID: WL00001510
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
Holding Location: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
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"EVERGLADES AND AGRICULTURE"



BY:

ALEX FANJUL


FLO-SUN INCORPORATED







January 17, 1996


3.2.1


SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE










Sustainable Agriculture


Greater efficiency of resource use, and a balance with
the environment that is favorable both to humans and
adjacent ecosystems.







Sustainable Development


Everglades


Farming









































3U.S










Everglades Forever Act 1994


S* 40,000 Acre treatment marshes
S 28% Increase in flow to Everglades
S Sheet flow to Everglades
50 PPB. 10 PPB Default
S $233-$322 Million Ag Tax
S 45% On farm phosphorus reduction
$50 Million for Florida Bay Restoration
Alligator Alley tolls for Florida Bay
Florida Bay Restoration water quantity,
quality, timing and distribution













Everglades
National
Park Trout
Cove


Isohaline -
lines, PPT


Florida
Bay


40


March 1975


eo


': Hypersaline

from ENP Data













Everglades
National Trout
Park Cove


Isohaline .'. 5
lines, PPT I \
25
Florida
Bay


10 NI.
15









June 1982

Esturine Conditions

from ENP Data


































" '' Northeast
l Florida Bay
Adaptive
Management
Plan


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3.2.9








Refined White Sugar


Soil Erosion
Water Usage
Nutrient Release


Customer




Refinery


Mill


Existing
Electric
Power
Plant


Urban Landfill


Wood Waste









Florida Crystals Sugar


* BMP's
Crop Rotation
Water Conservation
Nutrient Recycling
Erosion Control
Fertilizer Reduction
* Wildlife Utilization
* Everglades Restoration


Customer


Food Grade Mill


Bagasse


CO-GEN


SPower


High Efficiency
Emission Reduction







Sustainable South Florida


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