If you own a small business in Manatee or Sarasota County and have been impacted by red tide, you are eligible to apply until Friday, Oct. 12.
Researchers are launching a new study to test whether filter-feeding animals and seaweeds can mitigate the effects of Florida red tide.
Sarasota County restrictions on the use of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers on lawns went into effect last week.
The legislation includes $8 million for NOAA algae research.
Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium recently released a new free app that encourages users to report instances of red tide.
Mote researcher say they're focusing on alleviating its effects.
Harmful algal blooms include the toxin-producing algae Karenia brevis, which causes red tide.
Conditions suggest that we should not expect red tide outbreaks along Florida's west coast this year, according to new research.