December 18, 2014

Governing Board Approves Conservation Land Acquisition


The District purchased Boat Spring located near the Gulf of Mexico at the Hernando and Pasco County line. The purchase is part of the District's ongoing effort to protect water resources.

December 18, 2014

Water-Saving Tips Make Holidays Bright


The Southwest Florida Water Management District has last-minute gift and decorating ideas that can save and protect water resources and create new holiday traditions.

December 10, 2014

Permits for Phase 2 Hunts Go On Sale Next Week


District land managers are holding a series of hog hunts on District lands throughout the year to help reduce the wild hog population and Phase 2 permits go on sale Monday.

December 1, 2014

Volunteers Plant Salt Marsh to Restore Rock Ponds


About 275 volunteers from across the Tampa Bay area joined the District’s Surface Water Improvement and Management Program and Tampa Bay Watch in the planting of 32,000 marsh grass plugs. Hillsborough County and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission helped organize the event.

November 26, 2014

Three Sisters Springs Property Open to the Public


The public can now get an up close look at the beauty and wildlife of Three Sisters Springs by land. The District’s Three Sisters Springs property in Crystal River is now open daily to the public through manatee season. The property, also owned by the City of Crystal River and managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, features a boardwalk with seven observation areas around the springs, toilets and a shelter area.

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