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keystonesjwmd In: Agreements Reached For Pipeline System To Replenish Keystone Heights Lakes | Our Santa Fe River, Inc. (OSFR) | Protecting the Santa Fe River

Agreements Reached For Pipeline System To Replenish Keystone Heights Lakes

Excessive pumping permitted by SJWMD is the cause of lowered lake levels and water transfers is not the solution simply because the water in Black Creek is needed in Black Creek.  Jacksonville must curb its […]

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SJRWMD boblisa In: Time to Act on Causes of Toxic Algae | Our Santa Fe River, Inc. (OSFR) | Protecting the Santa Fe River

Time to Act on Causes of Toxic Algae

Until Florida officials find the political will to tackle these big problems, massive algae blooms are probably going to be a fact of life. And spot solutions will never make up for the damage Floridians […]

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sj pam shortelle In: St. Johns River Water Management District Looks at New Tools for Fighting Algal Blooms | Our Santa Fe River, Inc. (OSFR) | Protecting the Santa Fe River

St. Johns River Water Management District Looks at New Tools for Fighting Algal Blooms

  Dr. Shortelle, head of Florida’s most ethically challenged water management district, throws out the money number: $736.7 million for water quality improvement.  We would love to see that amount directed to the sources of […]

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denied stamp 180604 66005.1528149761.gif In: SFWMD's biosolids permit denial backed by St. Johns River Water Management District | Our Santa Fe River, Inc. (OSFR) | Protecting the Santa Fe River

SFWMD’s biosolids permit denial backed by St. Johns River Water Management District

Very interesting reading here, since we see not one but two water management districts denying a permit to agriculture.  We  are not able to judge the seriousness of the flaw nor the intent of the […]

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AlgaeReportDEPFI In: BLUE-GREEN ALGAL BLOOM WEEKLY UPDATE | Our Santa Fe River, Inc. (OSFR) | Protecting the Santa Fe River

BLUE-GREEN ALGAL BLOOM WEEKLY UPDATE

  The Weekly Update for algal bloom from the Department of Environmental Protection is out and it is not good.  It is early in the season for this to be happening.  What is to come […]

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