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What does SFER stand for?

SFER stands for South Florida Ecosystem Restoration (various organizations)


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Among the ongoing construction projects in the FY12 Budget are: the South Florida ecosystem restoration program, which includes the Everglades ($163 million); Olmsted Locks and Dam, IL & KY ($150 million); Wolf Creek Dam, Lake Cumberland, KY, seepage control ($132 million); Columbia River Fish Mitigation, WA, OR & ID ($128 million); Herbert Hoover Dike, FL, seepage control ($85 million); Center Hill Lake, TN ($79 million); Missouri River Fish and Wildlife Recovery, IA, KS, MO, MT, NE, ND & SD ($73 million); Bluestone Lake, WV ($70 million); and New York and New Jersey Harbor, NY & NJ ($65 million) .
Ann Klee, until recently counselor to the Interior Secretary Norton and chair of the South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force, officiated by opening the gate and releasing the first deer into the release pen.
Ann Klee, until recently counselor to the Interior Secretary Norton and chair of the South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force, officiated by opening the gate and releasing the first deer into the release pen.
The purpose of the South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Initiative is to restore and maintain the natural functions of freshwater, estuarine, and marine environments where human activities occur in a manner that supports healthy natural conditions.
29 /PRNewswire/ -- As the world's largest ecosystem restoration project gets underway, the Museum of Discovery and Science and South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force today entered into a formal partnership to educate the public about this huge environmental initiative.