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The St. Johns River Water Management District uses a wide variety of tools to help protect water resources in our 18-county region, including the highly technical process to establish minimum flows and levels — or MFLs.

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Latest District News

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Prescribed fire today at Hal Scott Regional Preserve and Park in Orange County

The District is conducting a 1,230-acre prescribed burn Wednesday at the Hal Scott Regional Preserve and Park, west of the Econlockhatchee River, south of Avalon Park, in Orange County.

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District Governing Board to meet May 11

The District Governing Board will hold its regular monthly meeting May 11 at its Palatka headquarters.

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Prescribed fire today at Ocklawaha Prairie Restoration Area in Marion County

The District is conducting a 96-acre prescribed burn Wednesday at the Ocklawaha Prairie Restoration Area in Marion County. The burn’s purpose is to reduce hazardous fuel loads and enhance fire-dependent ecosystems.

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Letter to the editor: Take control of your water use this spring and Water Less

In Florida, April is typically a dry month when water demands are higher due to springtime planting and low rainfall amounts.

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Prescribed fire today on the Lake Apopka North Shore

The District is conducting a 4,000-acre prescribed burn Tuesday on the Lake Apopka North Shore. The purpose of the burn is to enhance ecological functions of the marsh system to aid in the overall restoration of the area.

Media inquiries

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Nancy Rubin

Communications Manager
Office: 904-448-7935
Mobile: 904-716-5574
Email: nrubin@sjrwmd.com

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Teresa Monson

Public Communications Coordinator
Office: 904-730-6258
Mobile: 904-545-5064
Email: tmonson@sjrwmd.com

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Media resources

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District lands accommodate nature’s “sweetest” worker, the honey bee

Cost-share projects

Lake Apopka: Road to recovery

How the district protects water bodies: An overview of MFLs