September 4, 2013

District Surveys Public on Recreation


The District wants to hear from you. Do you visit District lands? Do you use the available recreation opportunities? The District is conducting a recreation evaluation of its lands to determine whether current recreational opportunities are consistent with recreation trends.

August 20, 2013

Stakeholders Invited to Attend Webinar


The Central Florida Water Initiative (CFWI) will be holding an interactive webinar about regional water supply planning in central Florida Thursday, Aug. 29 at 1:30 p.m. This District is working collaboratively with the St. Johns River and South Florida water management districts as well as the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and regional utilities to address short- and long-term water supply needs in the central Florida region.

August 13, 2013

District Restores Feather Sound Wetland


The District has turned water into a power tool to help restore wetlands and improve water quality as part of the ongoing Feather Sound Tidal Wetland Restoration Project. The project is led by the District’s Surface Water Improvement and Management (SWIM) Program. The goal is to restore and enhance about 640 acres of intertidal wetland and upland habitat along the west side of Old Tampa Bay by modifying existing ditches and removing exotic vegetation. Read how they are doing it.

August 9, 2013

District’s Water Shortage Restrictions Expire


The District’s Governing Board recently voted to let water shortage restrictions expire due to significant improvements in the aquifer and river levels as a result of this summer’s above-average rainfall. Just because residents have the option of watering twice per week doesn’t mean it is necessary. The District urges residents to continue water conservation practices. Here are some facts about the District’s year-round conservation measures.

August 6, 2013

Volunteers Help Remove Invasive Algae


About 70 volunteers recently spent a morning cleaning invasive algae out of Weeki Wachee Springs in Hernando County. The volunteer event was a coordinated effort by the District and local rotary clubs to remove a blue-green algae known as Lyngbya. This event was part of a long-term maintenance plan for a District restoration project completed in 2009 designed to help keep the river healthy.

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