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The core mission work of the District took another step forward earlier this month with two projects to help improve water quality.

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Board votes to purchase 102 acres in Marion County to protect water resources

The St. Johns River Water Management District’s Governing Board voted Tuesday to partner with Alachua Conservation Trust (ACT) and the Florida Forest Service (FFS) to purchase nearly 102 acres.

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Board approves ranking of agricultural projects that conserve water, reduce nutrients

Nine agricultural projects will share in nearly $779,000 in cost-share funds from the District to improve water conservation and reduce nutrient loading to area waterways.

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Project to improve water quality in Indian River Lagoon moves forward

The District Governing Board on Tuesday awarded a contract for the construction of the Crane Creek/M-1 Canal Flow Restoration Project, a project aimed at reducing nutrient flows to the Indian River Lagoon.

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District Governing Board elects officers

The District’s Governing Board re-elected Gen. Douglas Burnett of St. Augustine to serve as its chairman for a second year.

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SJRWMD Board approves 2020 CFWI Regional Water Supply Plan

The District Governing Board today approved an updated plan to address central Florida’s current and long-term water supply needs.

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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