State of Florida Resources
The Department's mission is to safeguard the public and support Florida's agricultural economy.
Facilitating communication among federal, state, local agencies and the agricultural industry on water quantity and water quality issues involving agriculture. Find industry adopted Best Management Practice manuals here.
The DEP Office of Water Policy addresses statewide water management issues in coordination with the water management districts and other agencies. DEP resources include:
Other Statewide Resources
Florida Blueberry Growers Association (FBGA) objectives, among others, are to advance industry, to collect preserve and circulate valuable and useful information relating to the business of growing and marketing of blueberries and to collate, distribute and publish such information.
The FCA mission is to support cattle ranching families as an integral part of Florida's economy and is a leader in protecting the natural landscape.
Serves Florida citrus growers by representing issues affecting citrus business.
Florida Farm Bureau Federation is the Sunshine State's largest general agricultural organization with more than 144,000 member-families representing Farm Bureaus in 60 counties.
Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association is a non-profit agricultural trade organization whose mission is to enhance the business and competitive environment for producing and marketing fruits, vegetables and other crops.
Delivers technical assistance based on sound science and suited to customer needs. Cost shares and financial incentives are available in some cases. The majority of conservation application is accomplished with local partners.
Enhances members' business success through political leadership, education, marketing, research, certification and services. Represents Florida's environmental horticulture industry, with an estimated $15.2 billion in industry-wide sales.
Partners in strawberry research, promotion and member/community service.
Information and educational materials on issues such as sustainable agriculture, competitiveness in world markets, natural resource conservation, energy conservation, food safety, child and family development, consumer credit counseling, and youth development.
The University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) has developed the FAWN (Florida Automated Weather Network) comprised of a network of linked weather stations throughout peninsular Florida.
Protects and enhances the viability and profitability of commercial citrus growers in Highlands County, Florida.
Hillsborough EPC conducts investigations of complaints regarding pollution and addresses permitting and other issues in air quality, domestic wastewater, industrial wastewater, surface water quality, solid and hazardous wastes, underground storage tanks and wetland delineation within Hillsborough County.
The Peace River Valley Citrus Growers Association mission is to promote, protect and enhance the ability of our members to produce citrus profitably and efficiently.