Tuesday Jul 29
The Great Suwannee River Cleanup is fast approaching
For the last four years, current problems and volunteers have done something amazing.
The Florida Times-Union
Prohibited feeding of alligators on the rise in the Okefenokee Swamp, officials say
James Spell and Marcus Lloyd began calling this alligator Herman. It followed them all morning trying to grab the fish they caught in the Suwannee Canal in the Okefenokee Swamp.
Suwannee River bounces back from prolonged drought
Thanks to above-average rainfall earlier this year and ongoing conservation efforts by the Department of Environmental Protection, springs on Florida's historic Suwannee River are bouncing back from prolonged droughts that impacted flow from 2006-12.
Farm families recognized for environmental stewardship
Progressive farmers in the District who have voluntarily demonstrated exceptional environmental stewardship were awarded the County Alliance for Responsible Environmental Stewardship award on June 26. Annual CARES Dinner hosted by Suwannee River Partnership at the University of Florida/Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Suwannee Valley ... (more)
Rainfall 25 percent higher than average in the SRWMD
This June marks two years of improving hydrologic conditions beginning with Tropical Storm Debby in June 2012 and helped by continuing above-average rainfall.