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OUR MISSION

To protect the aquifer, springs, and rivers within the watershed of the Santa Fe River.

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OUR RIVER

We must hold our ear close and listen. We must tell the others that cannot hear her voice.

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OUR LEGACY

Help us make sure that Our River is protected for future generations.

Recent News

MikeTally SAFEBOR billFI In: Protect the rights of nature through Florida’s constitution-- | Our Santa Fe River, Inc. (OSFR) | Protecting the Santa Fe River in North Florida

Protect the rights of nature through Florida’s constitution–

  As Mike Roth writes below, it is now crystal clear that our water agencies in Florida do not intend to protect, preserve nor restore our springs and  rivers, they intend to continue to cater […]

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The Big Problem With Plastic

So where do the empty bottles go that BlueTriton Brands produces at the potential of six thousand per minute?  I don’t think they are recycled.  They go on the ground, they are thrown out of […]

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SJRWMD REGISTER 1 In: St. Johns River Water Management District Governing Board Names New Executive Director | Our Santa Fe River, Inc. (OSFR) | Protecting the Santa Fe River in North Florida

St. Johns River Water Management District Governing Board Names New Executive Director

The St. John’s River Water Management District looked within to find their new executive director.  Mike Register replaces Ann Shortelle who headed up the district for many years. During Shortelle’s tenure her governing board and […]

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natgeographic In: Pollution and Overuse Threaten Florida’s Fragile Freshwater Springs | Our Santa Fe River, Inc. (OSFR) | Protecting the Santa Fe River in North Florida

Pollution and Overuse Threaten Florida’s Fragile Freshwater Springs

Mark Rains is dead wrong in his statement below–  the State has no intention of restoring our springs.  They plan to continue their current protocol which is a slow but sure death of our springs […]

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