Alachua County Groundwater & Springs
Springs are a window into the aquifer, which supplies our drinking water. They are also a great reminder that our water resources are all connected. Many creeks go into the aquifer via sinkholes and later emerge as springs!
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
The Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission came into existence on July 1, 1999 – the result of a constitutional amendment approved in the 1998 General Election as part of the package proposed by the Constitution Revision Commission.
St. John's River Water Management District
Water is the common bond that brings together Florida’s diverse population. As our state grows, properly managing water resources continues to be critical to our overall quality of life.
Suwannee River Water Management District
The Suwannee River Water Management District manages water and related natural resources in north-central Florida by providing water quality and quantity monitoring, research, regulation, land acquisition and management, and flood protection. For details,