Seas around Gilbert’s Resort were pushing fast with currents ripping rather quickly and 20 mile per hour gusts of wind.
Krome Ave is rocking. Spend five minutes at its intersection with SW 88th Street and you’re likely to see more tons of concrete roll through than it takes to build a plaza. The highway offers a seemingly endless convoy of eighteen-wheelers and dump trucks that render these crossroads a rumbling heavy-metal driving force for the… Continue reading Mysterious Waters Near South Florida Agriculture
Their very roots are a seemingly impenetrable thicket of interlocking crab legs walking on the beach, but Mangrove Trees are even more complicated than they look.
Watery Miami is a new one-hour nature documentary covering 120 miles of Miami-Dade County by kayak. From Star Island to the Everglades through Little River, Coral Gables, Old Cutler, and Homestead, this epic adventure offers a flood of perspective, and a book of seven essays and 180 photos, on the nature, science, and history of… Continue reading Watery Miami Documentary
Ironic that a fluffy tubular fauna named after a feline appendage should nearly decimate the mighty sawgrass of the Florida Everglades, but that’s just what cat tail reed has done in parts.
Another day, another news report about continued underwater problems in Broward County.
South Florida, where stories flood the shore like waves in a storm. Wanna see something weird, cool, or amazing? All you have to do is walk outside. And that is exactly what this site intends to do. Take the viewer through the farthest reaches and closest corners of the greater Miami area through a mix… Continue reading Underwaterville Florida News Coverage Areas
Underwaterville is a news portal for and about South Florida that will dive below the surface of stories about water in order to inform, entertain, and have a positive effect on the community, economy, and environment.
A government website that may host malicious files greets visitors with a stern warning: Damages may occur, and Miami-Dade County is not liable.
Wind and rain are hammering the area. High gusts with early onset torrential downpour. News as it happens, here at Underwaterville.
The Biscayne Bay Waterfront Section of Coral Gables has been called “Millionaire’s Row” since 1925, and the home values have only risen since.