Upcoming webinars

June 4
A Deeper Dive into the District’s Mission: Water Supply

Presenter: Dr. Ann Shortelle, Executive Director of the St. Johns River Water Management District

June 11
A Deeper Dive into the District’s Mission: Water Quality

June 18
A Deeper Dive into the District’s Mission: Natural Systems

Presenter: Erich Marzolf, Division Director, Division of Water and Land Resources

June 25
A Deeper Dive into the District’s Mission: Flood Control

Presenter: Matt Forhan, engineer, District Bureau of Operations and Maintenance

Past webinars

April 30
Protecting Our Water Resources and
Providing Water for People

May 7
Water Conservation:
It’s About Today and Tomorrow

May 14
Water Flows Downhill:
How Your Yard Can Impact Water Quality

May 21
Ponds, Pollution and You

May 28
Springs of Florida

Presenter: Rob Mattson, a district Environmental Scientist

At-home activities

The Great Water Odyssey banner

The Great Water OdysseySM is a fun way to engage students in learning about water resources and the importance of protecting and conserving water.

Blue School grant program helps pay for water resource education projects.

Blue school Grant Pogram banner graphic

Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM)

The district’s primary mission of protecting Florida’s water resources has always been about making the best decisions based on sound science, with work carried out by staff members whose backgrounds, educations and passions are rooted in one of the four STEM branches. Take a closer look at the district’s work and opportunities to participate in STEM learning.

On these pages, teachers, parents and students will find a repository of information to learn more about STEM. Learn how the district’s daily operations are founded on STEM disciplines, find links to state and federal resources, read articles and view videos that illustrate science, technology, engineering and math in the district’s work.

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