Understanding the value of water

Finding a balance in Florida’s waters: The Minimum Flows and Levels program

The Minimum Flows and Levels (MFL) Program is as fluid as the water it protects, with district scientists dedicated to the in-depth work necessary to set MFLs and revisiting them regularly to ensure Florida’s water resources remain robust now and in the future. Read about their work.

Cast-off animals on district lands

District land managers were conducting a prescribed burn at Seminole Ranch Conservation Area in Brevard County when a little visitor ambled over.

Technological wizardry in the mighty St. Johns River helps protect area residents from flooding

Improvements in technology allow the district to continue to provide flood protection to a sizeable portion of Florida’s east-central coast, while ensuring the safety of district staff during drenching rains and hurricanes.

Accommodating nature’s ‘sweetest’ worker, the honey bee

It’s a win-win for public lands and honey bee populations. Through its apiary lease program, the district is helping to protect honey bee populations and the bees are helping to ensure flowering plants continue to produce food for humans and animals alike.

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