OSFR advisor Robert Knight has a new book about the springs. This a compilation of his many newspaper articles, a true wealth of information about North Florida’s springs. Delivery is fast, our was received two days after ordering.
Unlike the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and the water management districts, Robert Knight and the Florida Springs Institute have no political agenda and you can count on truth and objectivity in his writings.
The fact is that our water “protective” agencies are allowing our springs to die while giving preference to industry and for-profit water users. Robert Knight spells this out in his new book.
Knight, Robert. L., Death By a Thousand Cuts, An Anthology of Springs Opinions. Howard T. Odum Florida Springs Institute, High Springs, xiv, 185 pp, 2020.
The following is a flyer from the Florida Springs Council.
Comments by OSFR historian Jim Tatum.
– A river is like a life: once taken,
it cannot be brought back © Jim Tatum
We are happy to share with you the release of
Death by a Thousand Cuts: An Anthology of Springs Opinions
by Dr. Robert L. Knight.
This collection of opinion pieces, originally published in The Gainesville Sun, charts 12 years (2008 – 2020) of springs advocacy writing from the Florida Springs Institute’s executive director. This book is landmark for Dr. Knight, as well as everyone else who has been a voice for the springs. Not only do these essays highlight our steadfast commitment to science-based education, they mark a history of engagement and dedication that continues to rely on the support of our north Florida communities.
Be a #VoicefortheSprings! Celebrate 12 years of springs advocacy and protection with us by ordering your copy today. Order by the end of the May and receive $5 off!
Published by The Florida Springs Institute Press.
Cover photo and foreword by John Moran.
Printed by Alta Systems, Inc.