Wise Water Words
Water Wisdom for your Home
Here's our third installment in our new series of Wise Water Words about how we can all help our river.
There are many ways to conserve water in your home, and most won’t cost you much in time or money—and think of the reward!
Do you know what is the biggest water user in your home?
Songwriters can share their musical skills and help raise money for a good cause—the Santa Fe River, springs and aquifer—by participating in the 8th annual Songwriting Contest, being held March 25, 2018. The winner will […]Read More
Water Online has run an article appearing in the non-profit American Geophysical Union that describes the world-wide problem of too much phosphorus. This is another reason to halt new phosphate mines and spend our […]Read More
SRWMD purchases Jefferson County wetlands Feb 20, 2018 The Ware Forest Tract, which the Suwannee River Water Management District purchased last week, will connect Sneads Lake (pictured) to Owens Pond, both also owned […]Read More
Listen up Tallahassee, you who are interested in money and jobs. Read the numbers. If the developers put houses on the land, we will not have outdoor recreation. If we tear up the earth with […]Read More
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