Learn More About Our Springs
If you are working in agriculture, or water quality, are a community member, student, or educator, we have resources for you. Dive into productive conversations about our springs.
Did you know?
Take The Plunge
Read the flyer about our 3-step pledge to preserve and protect our springs – learn how you can do your part.
How Monitoring Helps
Learn about the data SRWMD collects and how it’s used to monitor events, conditions and water quality changes.
Learn about the SRWMD’s water monitoring efforts, and stay up to date with out monthly reports on regional water conditions.
Florida has the most springs of any state in the nation with over 450 springs in the Suwannee River region alone. They have attracted visitors since prehistoric times.
Kids’ Activity Book
Learn about our springs and farms through fun activities. Bellamy Beaver will teach you all about aquifers and where spring water flows.
Water Quality 101
All the background you need to teach and learn about water quality, the water cycle and how
It’s time to Dive Into mad libs or a springs word search. These worksheets are great for printing and learning at home.
Dairy, poultry and crop farmers are managing nutrients with water conservation techniques, saving 11.8 million gallons per day – 67.7 water withdrawn for permitted agriculture.
Your Ag Team
Our agriculture producers are essential to our community, and we want to work together on water conservation.
High Tech Farming
These farmers are using water management technology to protect land for use now and preserve it into the future.
Suwannee River Partnership
Nearly 20 organizations are dedicated to improving water issues in the Suwannee and Santa Fe River Basin.
Visit the District’s website to read about our latest initiatives.
Working on Water Quality
We have so many fellow stewards in protecting Florida water quality. The Protecting Florida Together state partnership between the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Department of Health demonstrates the importance of water quality in waterbodies statewide. Data collected from SRWMD helps these agencies notify the public and find solutions for water quality issues statewide.