Solutions

You are here because you care.
Now it’s time to take action.

What can you do about all the the threats faced by our beloved river? Well, there are thousands of ways you can help. You can get some ideas from the page below and we also have a bunch of super easy ideas on our “How Can I Help” page. Use one of our suggestions or come up with your own. Whatever you do, do something.

Be a part of the solution. It’s really easy.

Clicking any item in the list will take you to a list of the news items we have published.

  • Solutions (85)
  • Solutions

    the palm beach post logo In: Bullsugar Changes Name to votewater.org, Will Produce Clean-Water Voter Guide | Our Santa Fe River, Inc. (OSFR) | Protecting the Santa Fe River

    Bullsugar Changes Name to votewater.org, Will Produce Clean-Water Voter Guide

        Changing out our politicians is one solution to Florida’s water problems, even though it is a very slow and unpredictable process. The new guide to political candidates and their association with polluters should […]

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    ACT revised logo 2 small In: Press Release: Act Helps Secure Santa Fe Canoe Outpost for the City of High Springs | Our Santa Fe River, Inc. (OSFR) | Protecting the Santa Fe River

    Press Release: Act Helps Secure Santa Fe Canoe Outpost for the City of High Springs

    The following press release comes from the Alachua Conservation Trust: ACT helps secure Santa Fe Canoe Outpost for the City of High Springs November 22, 2021 Gainesville, Florida – Early this month, Alachua Conservation Trust […]

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    CenterforDemocraticenvironmentalRights2 In: The First Rights of Nature Case Goes to Tribal Court-The Case for Manoomin (Wild Rice).  | Our Santa Fe River, Inc. (OSFR) | Protecting the Santa Fe River

    The First Rights of Nature Case Goes to Tribal Court-The Case for Manoomin (Wild Rice). 

    The sad situation in Florida today is that we do not have enough responsible leaders to protect our springs, rivers and aquifer.  This includes our governor, DEP, water district managers, legislators and judges, most of […]

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