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Updates from the St. Johns River Water Management District on water supply and water resource issues.
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SJRWMD 14h
This summer, use a rain gauge to determine how much rain your yard has gotten. June to September, yards need no more than a half to three-quarters of an inch of water every 2 to 3 days. Watch the Weather, Wait to Water.
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SJRWMD 19h
Read what anglers have to say about the new Headwaters Lake Boat Ramp in Indian River County Fellsmere Water Management Area. Now in StreamLines:
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SJRWMD Aug 13
ICYMI—This week from our governing board: Minimum flows and levels, strategy to protect Lake Butler near completion; Volusia gets a foot of rain in July while north Florida rain stays below average
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SJRWMD Aug 13
Cocoa Beach cost-share project is another win for the Indian River Lagoon
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SJRWMD Aug 13
Message from Executive Director Dr. Ann Shortelle: District agriculture cost-share funding promotes water protection, conservation. Read the full message and other district news on our website at .
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SJRWMD Aug 13
There’s still time to join us for today’s free webinar about algal blooms. Sign up now to attend the 10:30 a.m. session.
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SJRWMD Aug 12
If you have 10 minutes, then you have time to find out where our water comes from. Build a hands-on aquifer model to help keep children engaged in learning as we . See our new video on YouTube
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SJRWMD Aug 12
You can almost hear this limpkin saying “peek a boo.” Do you see it? The limpkin (Aramus guarauna), is mostly found in wetlands, along the shores of waterways and in wooded swamps, throughout the district.
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SJRWMD Aug 11
Join us Thursday, Aug. 13, beginning at 10:30 a.m. as we continue our free webinar series. We’ll welcome Environmental Scientist Tiffany Trent, who will share info on algal blooms and what causes them. Register:
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SJRWMD Aug 11
Watering tip: Water lawns during the early morning or early evening hours — before 10 a.m. or after 4 p.m. — when temperature and wind speed are lowest, and only if your lawn needs water. Watch the weather, wait to water!
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SJRWMD Aug 11
Minimum flows and levels, strategy to protect Lake Butler near completion. Read full news release:
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SJRWMD Aug 11
Join in for a live virtual Florida Water Star inspector training Aug. 17-20, from 8-10 a.m. daily. Get details and register at
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SJRWMD Aug 11
Volusia gets a foot of rain in July while north Florida rain stays below average. Read full news release:
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SJRWMD Aug 11
Our governing board meets today at 10 a.m. in teleconference. Please call prior to the 10 a.m. start to offer your comments to the board. Find info here:
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SJRWMD Aug 11
Our Governing Board meets at 10 a.m. today through public teleconference. Watch live. You may also participate by calling in your comments for the public record. Learn more on our website:
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SJRWMD Aug 10
Anglers lined up for more than a half mile before dawn today for the opening of the district’s Headwaters Lake Boat Ramp, Indian River County. The ramp provides motorized boating access to the 10,000-acre Fellsmere Water Management Area.
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SJRWMD Aug 10
Cost-share opportunity now available. See details on how to submit for Indian River Lagoon water quality improvement projects. Deadline to apply is Aug. 21.
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SJRWMD Aug 10
District staff are participating in today’s Seminole County’s Florida Friendly Landscaping Advisory Meeting.
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SJRWMD Aug 9
Look, up in the sky. It’s a bird, it’s a plane or is that Superman?! The trio of turtles enjoy Florida’s famous sunshine! If you are venturing out, you might see turtles sunning along one of many waterways throughout the district.
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SJRWMD Aug 9
The district is using the power of webinars to connect with community association managers (CAMs) to help them improve how they manage their communities. Learn how in StreamLines:
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