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Amy Green

Amy Green

Reporter and Producer

Amy Green covers the environment for 90.7 News.

She is an award-winning journalist who has worked as a regular contributor to NPR, PEOPLE, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor and other top news organizations.

She is a Florida native with a zeal for chronicling the spurts and pains of her fast-growing, adolescent home state. She lives in Orlando with her daughter, who makes it all worthwhile.



Recent Stories from Amy Green















Ernie Marks of the South Florida Water Management District says more water storage is needed north of Lake Okeechobee. Photo by Amy Green

Southern Reservoir? Northern Reservoir? Research Says Florida Needs Both



Among the cow pastures and citrus groves of Florida’s heartland north of Lake Okeechobee, patches of wetlands serve as kidneys for the Everglades. “It filters out all of the impurities, in this case we’re talking about nutrients, phosphorous in particular,” says Ernie Marks of the South Florida Water Management District.




The bulrushes rimming Lake Okeechobee form trails of sorts for boaters. Photo by Amy Green

Proposed Reservoir Puts Lake Okeechobee At The Center Of Debate



Mary Ann Martin motors the trails carved among the grassy bulrushes rimming Lake Okeechobee, emerging on a watery expanse that ends where blue meets blue at the horizon. “This is the Big O. Isn’t it beautiful? Blows your mind. You can’t see hardly across the lake.”



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