Marco resident’s Ocean Habitats systems cleansing millions of gallons of seawater a day

Water quality has become an increasingly urgent issue in Collier County, with dead dolphins washing up on the beach, regular red tide blooms and shorebirds sickening and dying in large numbers.

One Marco Island resident has been on a quest to improve the quality of the water that surrounds the island, and even takes up most of the space within it, through the extensive series of canals that honeycomb the land.

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