April is Water Conservation Month
Beautiful and water-efficient
Waterwise landscaping can be beautiful and saves water. Find tips and the right plants for your yard.
The District has identified 12 strategic initiatives, is focusing work and dedicating staff and financial resources to these areas.
Know your watering days
During daylight saving time, watering is allowed two days per week on designated days. Learn about districtwide watering restrictions.
Springs protection projects
The District’s Springs Protection Initiative is building on years of work with other agencies to increase knowledge and understanding about the region’s springs, while also working to protect springs systems.
Pages focus on Indian River Lagoon’s health
Stay informed on the work under way to investigate and address challenges facing the Indian River Lagoon.
View a variety of birds on interpretive drive
Emeralda Marsh Conservation Area in Lake County features an interpretive drive from Feb. 14 through May. Find details, map and interpretive information in the Recreation Guide to District Lands.
April 22, 2014
The District is conducting a 208-acre prescribed burn today at the Lochloosa Wildlife Conservation Area in Alachua County to reduce hazardous fuels and to maintain fire-dependent ecosystems
April 11, 2014
Spring planting season is in full swing and a wealth of information is available on the District’s website to help plan beautiful and water-efficient landscapes
April 8, 2014
The District set a road map for meeting water resource challenges over the next five years when the Governing Board on April 8 approved an update to the Strategic Plan
April 1, 2014
April is Water Conservation Month in Florida, and the District is joining dozens of agencies and local governments to promote the importance of water conservation
March 28, 2014
Gov. Rick Scott announced the reappointment of Governing Board Chairman John A. Miklos and the appointment of Carla Yetter to the District’s Governing Board on March 28, 2014
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