Have you heard?
The Springs Eternal Project and the Florida Springs Institute is teaming up to print oversized Springs Eternal exhibit catalogs to deliver to every Florida legislator, water management district governing board member, the Governor and DEP secretary, and other key state and local decision-makers.
Learn All About Our Project Goal Here
Dr. Knight, John Moran and Mayor Helen Miller
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Dr. Knight comments on GRU's stance on Lower Santa Fe, Ichetucknee Minimum Flows and Levels
I plan to attend this Thursday's meeting about the Lower Santa Fe and Ichetucknee MFLs. In advance of that meeting, please read my draft comments below.
The City of Gainesville should consider setting an example for the rest of the communities in North Florida and be leaders in achieving an overall reduction in groundwater use. Read the full comment here.
Central Florida Water Initiative - Public Participation Invited
December 12, Clermont Community College, 620 W. Montrose Street, Clermont
4 to 7 pm
"Historically, the Floridan aquifer system has supplied the vast majority of the water used in the central Florida area. The boundaries of three water management districts - the St. Johns River Water Management District, South Florida Water Management District and Southwest Florida Water Management District - meet in the area. The three districts are studying whether the Floridan aquifer system is reaching its sustainable limits of use and exploring the need to develop supplemental sources of water." Read the full text of the Notice Here.
District Board approves Blue Spring, Volusia Lake Flows and Levels Prevention and Recovery Strategy
Click Here to find out how the District recommends to protect Blue Spring and Volusia lakes from impacts of current and potential groundwater withdrawals.