Everglades National Park is finalizing a plan that’s designed to update the way it is managed.
Some key changes to how the park will operate include different zoning regulations, which in some cases have eliminated the use of airboats.
The park worked on these rules for 12 years. It'll be the newest set since 1979.
"There's been significant changes in the recent decades since the last plan," says Fred Herling, Everglades National Park planner. "Population growth, demographic changes, new technology, new exotic plants and animals."