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2017 Springs Coast Community Partner

Environmental Specialist Jeff Sowards has spent the past 15 years working to protect the Rainbow Spring System. That why he is the a 2017 Springs Community Partner of the District.

Three Sisters Springs Bank Stabilization Project

The District will be restoring the shoreline around Three Sisters Springs to repair the eroded shoreline and prevent future erosion.

Hunters Cove Restoration Project

As part of the community effort to restore Kings Bay, the Southwest Florida Water Management District is conducting a pilot project to restore eelgrass in Hunters Cove, a 10-acre area surrounding Hunter Springs.

Florida SpringsFest 2017

Thanks to the thousands who came out to the Florida SpringsFest in Ocala. We had many wonderful visitors stop by and learn how they can help protect the springs.

Three Sisters Springs Wetland Treatment Project

Learn how the Three Sisters Springs Wetland Treatment Project will benefit Crystal River and Kings Bay.

Crystal River to Duke Energy Reclaimed Water Project

This project will provide highly treated wastewater, known as reclaimed water, from the City of Crystal River to the Duke Energy power plant facility in Citrus County. Infrastructure will be built to transport all reclaimed water from the City of Crystal.

Rainbow River Paddle

Experience a few minutes of the group paddle down the Rainbow River as part of the Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition.

Renewing Our Springs

Find out how the Southwest Florida Water Management District is the leading agency taking action to renew the springs in its region.

Meet the Springs Team

The Springs Team includes a diverse group of scientists and engineers representing a wide range of water resources disciplines.

Chassahowitzka Springs Restoration Project

The Southwest Florida Water Management District is restoring portions of Chassahowitzka Springs by removing accumulated sediments.

Weeki Wachee Springs Algae Removal

About 70 volunteers spent a morning cleaning invasive Lyngbya algae out of Weeki Wachee Springs in Hernando County.

Camp Citrus

Students Study Springs During Summer Camp: In June, nearly 100 middle and high school students learned about springs during Camp Citrus, which was hosted by the Marine Science Station in Citrus County.