Setareh Stellar
Setareh Stellar

let's save the life.

Mohamad Reza Jafari
Mohamad Reza Jafari
  • Setareh Stellar

Like it,please

Nigel Bradford
Nigel Bradford

We feel responsible for our family and loved ones. It will be a good thing to start being responsible for the one thing that sustains us. Our mother Earth. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-gWlnAbt50

Rob Moir
Rob Moir
  • Nigel Bradford

yes let's practice responsible stewardship.

Michelle Nichols
Michelle Nichols

My comment isn't fancy but simple...If this does this ti a mammal what does it do to the beach goers and humans that frequent these waters for recreation unaware of the dangers below and around them?>? it not just about the animals we the people of Florida live near this or our children play in this with out knowing possibly.. in the water supply too... think abou tthe bigger picture it effects EvERYONE fromthe smallest microorganism to US humans....SCARY HUH?

Rob Moir
Rob Moir
  • Michelle Nichols

You are spot on. The dolphins drew national attention to the problem. But the commissioner who put through the good regulations did so because a constituent complained about slime on the beaches. And more people experience beaches than the ocean. And no grandmother ever wants to see a grandchild not enjoy her beach.

Remco Tikkemeijer
Remco Tikkemeijer

Good cause, HATE the approach. Just let me sign the petition and don't drag my FB friends into this. FB is doing enough unsolicited "mingling". You got my signature because of the cause; next time I'm opting out due to the tactics.

Lucien Assaban
Lucien Assaban
  • Remco Tikkemeijer

tactics ? first, without dragging others into signing petitions of good causes, they'd never get enough signatures, because that's how social net...works. Second point, you can choose which of your friend you invite to sign, or none if you feel none of your friends share your concerns. Which means, you can sign, and not share and not ask anyone to sign...

Esther Tan
Esther Tan

Yes! they are the language we have tomorrow, save it for the next generation! Be in Peace & Harmony to Mother Earth.

Rob Moir
Rob Moir
  • Esther Tan

Yes, practice responsible stewardship and leave better than found.

Annabel Marco
Annabel Marco

So many humans are utterly selfish and care for nothing but their own well being...
so glad someone has taken up the fight for these wonderful creatures....We must.
speak up for them.

Rob Moir
Rob Moir
  • Annabel Marco

For the dolphins of Indian River Lagoon, the humans do care for the marine life and care for their lawns. All we wish to do is educate them how they can have healthy green lawns and at the same time help to save dolphins and to restore the Lagoon. We must destroy the perception that one can only have one thing at the cost of the another. Instead people want to know responsible stewardship where what is left is better than when found.

Larry Hartwick
Larry Hartwick

Nitrogen pollution is a threat to all aquatic ecosystems. From the Chesapeake Bay to the Puget Sound, from Florida to Maine

Rob Moir
Rob Moir
  • Larry Hartwick

Yes, I miss the oysters of Chesapeake Bay lost to nitrogen pollution.

Nadine LadyRose
Nadine LadyRose

YOU WOULD THINK THAT ORGANIC WOULD COME TO MIND!

Rob Moir
Rob Moir
  • Nadine LadyRose

Yes, organic or less than organic fertilizers both feed nitrogen to algae that enables it to bloom and choke our waterways. Organic in moderation please! It is better for you than is the other stuff. Alas when it costs more, many people have no choice.

Linda Taylor Beck
Linda Taylor Beck

Please jelp out

Rob Moir
Rob Moir
  • Linda Taylor Beck

Jelp out sounds like an excellent combination of helping out and speaking, jelping, up.

Heidi Richards
Heidi Richards

I will sign this petition on it's basic core merit alone. I did do some reading in regard to the topic per the repeted requests of Jed Lye and found that the studies have been done on Florida's watermelon, tomato, & sugar cane crops. It was recommended that a water/nitrogen based fertalizer be used sparingly; and that the main source of seepage was occuring from run off from rain during the rainy season and general evaporation. This being made clear by AG, I would think it's time that the...

I will sign this petition on it's basic core merit alone. I did do some reading in regard to the topic per the repeted requests of Jed Lye and found that the studies have been done on Florida's watermelon, tomato, & sugar cane crops. It was recommended that a water/nitrogen based fertalizer be used sparingly; and that the main source of seepage was occuring from run off from rain during the rainy season and general evaporation. This being made clear by AG, I would think it's time that the general public follow suit of the crop growers and reduce their use of high content fertalizers simply out of common sense. It seems like such a simple compliance issue. I'm just a bit suprised that it had to come to a petition post to FB in order for some sort of regulation be put in place. The local governments were not aware of this problem? They needed to be forced to impliment some type of action? It was allowed to continue to the point that the concern had to be brought to a National fourm in order for resolution? hmmmmm... Me thinks the residents of this area might need to be addressing more than their lawn care, eh? Just sayin.

Rob Moir
Rob Moir
  • Heidi Richards

Yes, the public, those who own lawns, would like to treat their lawns as well as do the crop growers. And they certainly do not wish to harm waterways and wildlife. Unfortunately, they put more faith in the printed word on the bag of fertilizer than common sense. This part of FL is very conservative and commissioners are most popular, get most votes, when they talk about giving people freedoms. The media made out the chairperson as a hero for defending citizens from middle school students...

Yes, the public, those who own lawns, would like to treat their lawns as well as do the crop growers. And they certainly do not wish to harm waterways and wildlife. Unfortunately, they put more faith in the printed word on the bag of fertilizer than common sense. This part of FL is very conservative and commissioners are most popular, get most votes, when they talk about giving people freedoms. The media made out the chairperson as a hero for defending citizens from middle school students removing the freedom to fertilizer during the summer. The science is obvious, the bone-headedness is just too dense. However their economy depends on tourist dollars so words from outside, yours, means much. Please keep inviting others to join with us.

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