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Kevin Love, former district employee and land manager
It means recognizing that these lands are something much more important…they are our storehouses of biological diversity, of genetic information, the last places where wild things can be wild. They are our natural endowment for the future. They are all we have and they must last us forever.- Read more of his comments here.
The Springs of Florida- The deepest and largest known springs in the world are found in Florida. The photographs are the result of hundreds of hours under water. The new edition is completely updated to serve as a guide to Florida's many spring parks and their inhabitants. Vital for canoeists, kayakers, divers, snokelers, and visitors.
awesome blog about saving our water--->>>>SWFWMD Matters: Silver Springs Dying?
.Bottling Up. Our Natural Resources:
·how to help:
Springs and Water Conservation Links http://www.floridasprings.org/education/links/Florida Department of Environmental Protection Springs Initiative
Florida's Water: Ours to Protect
Florida Springs Locator
Florida Springs Database
Florida Geological Survey
Northwest Florida Water Management District
St. Johns River Water Management District
South Florida Water Management District
Southwest Florida Water Management District
Suwannee River Water Management District
Water Education LinksFlorida Department of Environmental Protection Office of Environmental Education
Florida Project WET
EPA Water Information Site
The Groundwater Foundation
United States Geological Survey