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'THAT IS A TORNADO, BASICALLY IN OUR FRONT YARD': The Eastpoint Beer in North Florida posted this footage showing the waterspout swirling over Apalachicola Bay. VIDEO:

"The harm to the Bay’s oyster fisheries is undeniable. Apalachicola is renowned across America for its oysters," Florida said. #waterwars  @weatherchannel 

Ricky Banks grew up on Apalachicola Bay, which was once the ideal habitat for oyster farmers. Now, farmers are lucky to pull a dozen oysters per day because of climate change. Watch#WhatsEatingAmerican  tonight at 9 p.m. ET on @MSNBC .

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#Repost @in2itivecontentwith  @make_repost  ・・・ By the age of nine, Lynn Martina was already an expert at shucking oysters. She’d step off the school bus and head right to the shucking stalls of her family’s oyster shack on Florida’s Apalachicola Bay.…

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The Apalachicola Bay used to produce 90 percent of all of Florida’s oysters and 10 percent of all the oysters consumed in the U.S. But these days, the industry has dwindled to almost nothing, says @TBTimes_Opinion .

Florida officials say decreased flows to the Apalachicola River led to the 2012 collapse of the state's oyster fishery in Apalachicola Bay and jeopardized the economic vitality of coastal communities.

FSU taps voices from the seafood industry, conservationists and government on Apalachicola Bay project

Here is video of that waterspout in the Apalachicola Bay a little after 1pm ET today...

Miss Costa, a great white shark, was pinged near Apalachicola Bay in Franklin County.

The season includes all waters of Apalachicola Bay and Indian Pass, including those in Gulf County, and all waters of the Steinhatchee River, including those in Dixie County.


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The handful of residents on St. George Island situated between the Gulf of Mexico and Apalachicola Bay say Hurricane Michael was a terrifying ordeal. Michael’s powerful storm surge sent waters rushing more than 10 feet high through homes and businesses.

The 5-4 Supreme Court decision is an important win for Florida. Fresh water is needed in the state to preserve the fragile ecology of the Apalachicola Bay.

My statement on today’s Supreme Court hearing of Florida v. Georgia regarding water flow into #Florida ’s Apalachicola Bay#Sayfie 

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DYK Apalachicola Bay contributes about 90% of the state of Florida's oysters and 10% for the U.S. #TravelTuesday 

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Dwindling supply of oysters threatens livelihoods, economy around Apalachicola Bay, Florida: