Guest message: Stephen Jennewein, Environmental Scientist IV, Bureau of Water Supply Planning

Unique blend of nature, science and science fiction sparked interest in a STEM field

While working in the office, I conduct literature reviews, perform statistical analyses, write reports, process data and collaborate with other scientists. In the field, I perform soil descriptions and hydric soil delineations.

Man with a soil auger

Latest District News

Person igniting a prescribed fire in scrub

Prescribed fire today at Seminole Ranch Conservation Area in Brevard County

The district is conducting a 700-acre prescribed burn Friday at Seminole Ranch Conservation Area north of Loughman Lodge in Brevard County.

Fire burning through pine flatwoods

Prescribed fire today at Pellicer Creek Conservation Area in Flagler County

The dDistrict is conducting a 280-acre prescribed burn Friday at Pellicer Conservation Area in Flagler County.

Water flowing out of a large black pipe

Pump station project keeping nutrients out of Indian River Lagoon

Five years after construction, the district’s Sawgrass Lake Water Management Area (SLWMA) – part of Phase 1 of the C-1 Flow Restoration Project (C-1 Project) – continues to provide outstanding benefit to both the Indian River Lagoon and the St. Johns River by restoring previously diverted stormwater flows back to their natural basin.

A dirt road in a forest leading past some picnic tables and a kiosk

District lands offer free, nature-based spring break adventures

If you’re looking for a quick get-a-way for spring break but don’t want to break the bank, then lands owned by the district offer the perfect one-tank stay-cation.

A map with color indicators for the amount of rainfall

February brings below-average rainfall along with a reminder to conserve water

Data collected by the district shows rainfall during February was below average in all areas except Brevard County and parts of Osceola County. A full report outlining changing hydrological conditions was presented at the district’s March Governing Board meeting, in addition to a proclamation designating April as Water Conservation Month.

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Understanding the value of water

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A dredging barge on the Eau Gallie River

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Media resources


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