The intergovernmental South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force was created by the Congress in 1996 to provide the long-term strategic coordination of efforts to restore the 18,000 square mile South Florida Ecosystem. Its duties are to provide intergovernmental coordination, review project plans for the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP), exchange information, facilitate the resolution of conflict, coordinate programmatic science, assist members in their restoration activities, report on restoration progress, and promote public participation.
The read-ahead for the next meeting of the South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force is now available at:
If you are unable to attend in person:
You may view the meeting live by clicking on the link below. Please note this link will not be active until immediately prior to the meeting.