Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Mike and DeAnna Martin live 400 yards from the Caloosahatchee River in North Fort Myers. They say they are being forced indoors by the overwhelming smell and their health is being affected. They tell Fox 4  they moved to SWFL just after Hurricane Irma, at first they enjoyed fishing and boating with children and grandkids, but the algae has now been present for months. Photos taken August 21, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Mike and DeAnna Martin live 400 yards from the Caloosahatchee River in North Fort Myers. They say they are being forced indoors by the overwhelming smell and their health is being affected. They tell Fox 4  they moved to SWFL just after Hurricane Irma, at first they enjoyed fishing and boating with children and grandkids, but the algae has now been present for months. Photos taken August 21, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Mike and DeAnna Martin live 400 yards from the Caloosahatchee River in North Fort Myers. They say they are being forced indoors by the overwhelming smell and their health is being affected. They tell Fox 4  they moved to SWFL just after Hurricane Irma, at first they enjoyed fishing and boating with children and grandkids, but the algae has now been present for months. Photos taken August 21, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Mike and DeAnna Martin live 400 yards from the Caloosahatchee River in North Fort Myers. They say they are being forced indoors by the overwhelming smell and their health is being affected. They tell Fox 4  they moved to SWFL just after Hurricane Irma, at first they enjoyed fishing and boating with children and grandkids, but the algae has now been present for months. Photos taken August 21, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Mike and DeAnna Martin live 400 yards from the Caloosahatchee River in North Fort Myers. They say they are being forced indoors by the overwhelming smell and their health is being affected. They tell Fox 4  they moved to SWFL just after Hurricane Irma, at first they enjoyed fishing and boating with children and grandkids, but the algae has now been present for months. Photos taken August 21, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Mike and DeAnna Martin live 400 yards from the Caloosahatchee River in North Fort Myers. They say they are being forced indoors by the overwhelming smell and their health is being affected. They tell Fox 4  they moved to SWFL just after Hurricane Irma, at first they enjoyed fishing and boating with children and grandkids, but the algae has now been present for months. Photos taken August 21, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Mike and DeAnna Martin live 400 yards from the Caloosahatchee River in North Fort Myers. They say they are being forced indoors by the overwhelming smell and their health is being affected. They tell Fox 4  they moved to SWFL just after Hurricane Irma, at first they enjoyed fishing and boating with children and grandkids, but the algae has now been present for months. Photos taken August 21, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Mike and DeAnna Martin live 400 yards from the Caloosahatchee River in North Fort Myers. They say they are being forced indoors by the overwhelming smell and their health is being affected. They tell Fox 4  they moved to SWFL just after Hurricane Irma, at first they enjoyed fishing and boating with children and grandkids, but the algae has now been present for months. Photos taken August 21, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Mike and DeAnna Martin live 400 yards from the Caloosahatchee River in North Fort Myers. They say they are being forced indoors by the overwhelming smell and their health is being affected. They tell Fox 4  they moved to SWFL just after Hurricane Irma, at first they enjoyed fishing and boating with children and grandkids, but the algae has now been present for months. Photos taken August 21, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Mike and DeAnna Martin live 400 yards from the Caloosahatchee River in North Fort Myers. They say they are being forced indoors by the overwhelming smell and their health is being affected. They tell Fox 4  they moved to SWFL just after Hurricane Irma, at first they enjoyed fishing and boating with children and grandkids, but the algae has now been present for months. Photos taken August 21, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Mike and DeAnna Martin live 400 yards from the Caloosahatchee River in North Fort Myers. They say they are being forced indoors by the overwhelming smell and their health is being affected. They tell Fox 4  they moved to SWFL just after Hurricane Irma, at first they enjoyed fishing and boating with children and grandkids, but the algae has now been present for months. Photos taken August 21, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Mike and DeAnna Martin live 400 yards from the Caloosahatchee River in North Fort Myers. They say they are being forced indoors by the overwhelming smell and their health is being affected. They tell Fox 4  they moved to SWFL just after Hurricane Irma, at first they enjoyed fishing and boating with children and grandkids, but the algae has now been present for months. Photos taken August 21, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Blue-green algae in the water near Normandy Court in Cape Coral on July 19, 2018.Photo by: Kevin Koch
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Blue-green algae in the water near Normandy Court in Cape Coral on July 19, 2018.Photo by: Kevin Koch
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Blue-green algae in the water near Normandy Court in Cape Coral on July 19, 2018.Photo by: Kevin Koch
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
View on river by The Oasis / Palm Beach BlvdPhoto by: Jan Lynass
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Blue-green algae in a Cape Coral canal on July 9, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Blue-green algae in a Cape Coral canal on July 9, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Blue-green algae in a Cape Coral canal on July 9, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Blue-green algae in a Cape Coral canal on July 9, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Blue-green algae in a Cape Coral canal on July 9, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Blue-green algae in a Cape Coral canal on July 9, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Blue-green algae in a Cape Coral canal on July 9, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Blue-green algae in a Cape Coral canal on July 9, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Blue-green algae in a Cape Coral canal on July 9, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Blue-green algae in a Cape Coral canal on July 9, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Blue-green algae in a Cape Coral canal on July 9, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Blue-green algae in a Cape Coral canal on July 9, 2018.Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Photo by: Curt Tremper
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Green algae in the water near Tarpon Point in Cape Coral on July 6, 2018.Photo by: Christopher Morelle
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Green algae in the water near Tarpon Point in Cape Coral on July 6, 2018.Photo by: Christopher Morelle
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Green algae in the rim canal of Lake Okeechobee on June 22, 2018.Photo by: Bob Eidem
Photos: Algae crisis in Lee County in summer 2018
Green algae in the rim canal of Lake Okeechobee on June 22, 2018.Photo by: Bob Eidem