Cabinet Approves More Acquisitions to Benefit Springs and Water Resources
TALLAHASSEE - Today, Governor Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet approved the acquisition of nearly 350 acres to protect springs, water and natural resources in Washington County.
NWFWMD Continues to Enhance Monitoring Network
HAVANA - The Northwest Florida Water Management District’s Governing Board approved a joint funding agreement with the United States Geological Survey (USGS) for stage and discharge monitoring at ten stations today. This agreement includes the continuation of five existing stations, as well as the initiation of five new sites in support of the District’s development of minimum flows and levels (MFLs) for Wakulla Springs and St. Marks River Rise.
NWFWMD Budget Continues Focus on Water Resource Protection
PANAMA CITY – The Northwest Florida Water Management District Governing Board last night adopted a $52.5 million budget for the 2014-2015 Fiscal Year, which begins October 1.