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Projects & Programs offers insight into many current and future activities, often involving local communities, government and industry, that help protect and restore our water and related resources.
This program targets troublesome, invasive species.
A joint action plan for water supply planning and resource regulation.
A study to evaluate if opening water control structures will improve natural systems and water quality.
A committee to address the health of Citrus and Hernando county waterways.
This restoration project will increase wildlife habitat and improve the water quality of Clam Bayou.
An incentive program for the agricultural community to install and maintain irrigation best management practices.
Flood maps are being updated for our area with our help & input.
Annual update and inventory of FDOT roadway mitigation plans for wetland impacts.
Florida Water Star℠ Gold (FWSG)
A water conservation program for homebuilders.
These projects are a critical part of meeting minimum flows, improving water quality and protecting estuaries.
Minimum flows and levels help to prevent significant harm to water bodies that may be associated with water withdrawals.
A series of projects to support minimum flows and levels, water resources recovery, water use permitting and environmental resource permitting.
This study will examine water quality issues in Old Tampa Bay.
A study to assess the cumulative effects of historical land use, water use and climate changes on Peace River streamflows, water quality and ecology.
This program improves water quality through well plugging.
The ROMP constructs wells throughout the District to collect information about aquifiers and water quality.
Removal of nonnative invasive plants, combined with the installation of native plants, will improve the health of the overall ecosystem.
This restoration project will improve the water quality of Sawgrass Lake as well as the overall health of Tampa Bay.
SWUCA water resource information, issues and concerns.
Review and comment on operational guidelines for select flood control and lake water conservation systems.
The SWIM program is responsible for many of our water quality, natural systems and flood management initiatives.
Tools and resources for public supply utilities, including the comprehensive Utility Reference Manual.
Water Conservation Hotel and Motel Program (Water CHAMP) is designed to help hotels and motels save water for Florida's future in ways that save money.
The Water Program for Restaurant Outreach (Water PRO) helps restaurants lower operating costs and conserve water by making a few adjustments in service and appliances.
This program evaluates a watershed’s capacity to protect, enhance and restore water quality and natural systems, as well as achieve flood protection. Floodplain data has been developed for watersheds in the District and can be interactively viewed using our floodplain map viewer.
An implementation plan for components of the Southern Water Use Caution Area Recovery Strategy, outlining strategies for water supplies, while protecting and restoring water resources.
To better understand the dynamics of the river and watershed, identify how alterations have affected the system, and evaluate alternatives to better manage the water resources.