The District Governing Board today adopted the 2021 Minimum Flows and Levels (MFL) priority list, which lays out the agency’s plan for completing and re-evaluating MFLs through 2024.
While it is still storm season around the St. Johns River Water Management District, September brought rainfall slightly below the long-term average.
The St. Johns River Water Management District’s Governing Board will hold its October monthly meeting offsite at Fernandina Beach City Hall on Oct. 12.
A land management update and the Upper St. Johns River Basin project are among the items to be discussed Oct. 6 during the District’s Southern Recreational Public Meeting.
Thirteen schools and 14 classroom projects in eight counties will receive Blue School Grant funding from the District for hands-on projects to enhance student development in science, technology, engineering and math.
The District’s Governing Board on Tuesday adopted its fiscal year 2021‒2022 budget and reduced its millage rate for a ninth consecutive year.
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