Wise Water Words
Here's our second installment in our new series of Wise Water Words about how we can all help our river.
Nitrates occur naturally in soil and water, and, as long as this balance goes undisturbed, all is well. However, excess levels of nitrates, which contaminate ground and surface waters, are occurring at alarming rates. These excess levels can be traced to human activity:
Join us for Our 2nd Annual RiverFest on Sunday, April 9, 2017 from 1 to 7 pm at Rum 138!
The OSFR 7th Annual Song Writing Contest will be held from 2-4 pm.
Crooked Counsel will be playing after the Song Contest. There will also be a Silent Auction. Grilled hot dogs/hamburgers, veggie food, desserts, sodas and beer will be sold.
“THE SANTA FE RIVER IN NORTHERN FLORIDA: EFFECT OF HABITAT HETEROGENEITY ON TURTLE POPULATIONS” Gerald R. Johnston1, Joseph C. Mitchell2, Eric Suarez3, Tom Morris4, Georgia A. Shemitz4, Peter L. Butt4, and Robert L. Knight5 […]Read More
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