A $10 Million Freshwater Innovation Challenge

The Everglades Foundation’s George Barley Water Prize, presented by Scotts Miracle-Gro Foundation, is the largest water prize of its kind. It will spur innovation and uncover new technologies, solving the issue of phosphorus pollution.

Breaking News of Algal Breakouts

Algae Bloom

The story of our launch in Science Magazine

Removing the phosphorus that causes toxic algal blooms in bodies of water around the world is a huge challenge for... Read More
Icelandic Cows

Community Manure Shortage Helps Reduce Waterway Pollution

Making improvements in phosphorus pollution takes collaboration in multiple forms, including this partnership amongst farmers in Madison to reduce pollution... Read More
Wallkill River Algae

Study Needed to look into Toxic Algae in Wallkill River

Harmful algae blooms (HABs) in New York’s Wallkill River watershed have brought municipalities and environmental advocacy groups together in voicing... Read More
Lake Waihola Algae

Health Warning Plague Lake Waihola

Toxic Algae is an issue around the globe, including in New Zealand – where pet owners are warned not to... Read More