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In the course of their work, district scientists and other environmental professionals study a host of water-related topics and prepare technical reports on their findings. See an overview of each report published by the district.
In June 2016, more than 50 community volunteers helped plant 1,000 bald cypress trees at the district’s Lake Apopka North Shore.
Volunteers enrich the district’s mission
By Ed Garland
Shielded from the sun by a floppy woven hat and sensible white gardening duds, Lavon Silvernell drops an acorn into a hole she’s dug into the sandy soil and tamps the spot down with her foot.
On this particular morning, Silvernell and another volunteer, Dan Cleary, are helping St. Johns River Water Management District Land Management Specialist Rosi Mulholland sow the proverbial seeds of future oak trees at a sandhill and pine scrub restoration site near Lake Apopka.