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.
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The following press release is from the Center for Democratic and Environmental Rights. We are happy to see these wise choices but sad to see our country so backward and self destructive. If you have […]
Internationally-famous Margaret Ross Tolbert is North Florida’s best known artist advocating for the springs through her art. Her paintings of Florida’s spring hang in many areas of the world and are also featured in […]
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 […]
Best Thanksgiving wishes from President Kristin, our Board, our Webmaster Susan and all our great volunteers. We are thankful for many things, not the least of which is we still have a […]
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 […]
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 […]
Once again DeSantis is bragging about the amount of money he is spending on fixing our water. Once again we express some doubt as to what he will accomplish. Once again we point out […]
The news here sounds very good, and we can only hope these goals are met sooner rather than later. Read the original article here in Oil and Gas Online Newsletter. Comments by OSFR historian Jim […]
Author: 10 Tampa Bay Published: 10:50 PM EST November 9, 2021 Updated: 10:50 PM EST November 9, 2021 Mr. DeSantis’ 700,000 pounds of reduced nitrogen will certainly not make a big difference, it is […]
We are thankful that there are a few lawmakers who care for our water resources. We also appreciate their perseverance in re-filing year after year. We must correct one error in the article: Seven Springs […]
Curious but good news from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, which denied a permit application from the oil drilling company of Trend Exploration. This is so out of character that we somehow expect a […]
With ideal cool weather, over fifty people turned out to hear readers from the book The Wilder Heart of Florida and OSFR headquarters at Rum 138 on Thursday evening. Of the many authors in the […]