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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 9h
Sandy tortoise tracks are a sure sign of a gopher tortoise burrow here at our Lake Norris Conservation Area in Lake County.
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SJRWMD 11h
Great to see former governing board members Lad Daniels and George Robbins at the Mandarin Rotary Club meeting this week. Thanks for your continued interest in the district’s work!
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SJRWMD Aug 20
Thanks to for your interest in the Blue Springs Wetland Recharge Project. and staff were happy to share information today and meet with project partners!
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SJRWMD Aug 20
Shout out to ’s Deirdre Irwin and ’s Robin Grantham who shared info on smart irrigation practices and Florida Water Star with irrigation professionals at the Florida Irrigation Society annual meeting.
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SJRWMD Aug 20
Happy ! Whether on foot, horseback or bike, the district’s Clark Bay Conservation Area’s white blaze trail is a 5-mile round trip hike to enjoy.
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SJRWMD Aug 20
District staff are speaking today to the Mandarin Rotary Club, sharing a presentation on water quality.
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SJRWMD Aug 19
The district is seeking applicants for a Customer Support Technician position in Palatka. For detailed position info and to apply, visit
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SJRWMD Aug 19
The district is seeking applicants for an Information Technology Administration Manager position. For detailed position info and to apply, visit
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SJRWMD Aug 19
How much water do you use? The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates each household uses 300 gallons of water daily. Find out what you use with our home water use survey and find tips to save:
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SJRWMD Aug 19
Hey, college students! Interesting in getting some hands-on experience to beef up that resume and earn some money? Check out our job postings for internships, but HURRY. Applications are being accepted until Aug. 23.
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SJRWMD Aug 18
Within the Orange Creek Basin, is Orange Lake, Lake Lochloosa, Paynes Prairie, River Styx, Cross Creek and Lochloosa Creek that are designated as “Outstanding Florida Waters” because of the exceptional richness of aquatic and wetland habitats.
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SJRWMD Aug 17
Land Manager Maria Zondervan is our endangered bird species go-to person. Learn about her various roles by visiting
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SJRWMD Aug 16
We’re looking for a strong visual storyteller to create videos to share the district’s mission, info on staff and projects. Film, edit, produce in a fast-paced environment. See Videographer (Senior Creative Services Specialist) post:
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SJRWMD Aug 16
Completion of Paynes Prairie structure provides multiple benefits. This now in Exec. Dir. Dr. Ann Shortelle’s message, read the latest news and more in Water News.
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SJRWMD Aug 16
We love sharing info on how to save water, so it was great to see a packed house for this Florida Water Star Accredited Professional training this week. Shout out to district Water Conservation Coordinator Deirdre Irwin, who taught the class.
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SJRWMD Aug 16
Due to inclement weather, we are postponing today's event at . A new date will be announced as soon as possible.
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SJRWMD Aug 16
District staff are sharing information today at the Florida Irrigation Society annual meeting.
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SJRWMD Aug 15
Shout out to Intergovernmental Coordinator Abby, who is visiting with partners at the city of Palm Bay today.
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SJRWMD Aug 15
A photo is worth a thousand words. When it comes to showing the results of preservation and restoration of district lands, photos speak volumes. Land Manager Chris Kinslow offers a glimpse at a portion of his work.
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SJRWMD Aug 15
What a great turnout today to discuss potential alternative water supply projects. Thank you, city of Maitland, for joining us and sharing ideas.
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