An important piece of a bigger water quality project on the Treasure Coast has just been completed. A project is on a six-acre parcel part of the Haney Creek restoration area north of the Roosevelt Bridge in Stuart. Engineers cleared away invasive plants and created a wetland system to filter out runoff from the watershed before going into the estuary. There is a two-mile nature walk around the perimeter of the parcel, which sits just off Northeast Dixie Highway.
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