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  • Jay B. Starkey Off-Road Bike Trail

    The District opened a new off-road bike trail in Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park in New Port Richey. The project is in partnership with Pasco County and the Southwest Association of Mountain Bike Pe...
  • Camp Citrus

    Students Study Springs During Summer Camp: In June, nearly 100 middle and high school students learned about springs during Camp Citrus, which was hosted by the Marine Science Station in Citrus Cou...
  • Meet the Springs Team

    The Springs Team includes a diverse group of scientists and engineers representing a wide range of water resources disciplines. The team's knowledge is based on decades of research and development,...
  • Renewing Our Springs

    Take a journey to local springs and find out how the Southwest Florida Water Management District is the leading agency taking action to renew the springs in its region.
  • Chassahowitzka Springs Restoration Project

    The Southwest Florida Water Management District is restoring portions of Chassahowitzka Springs by removing accumulated sediments, which will improve the water clarity and water quality as well as ...
  • Florida Friendly Landscaping™ Success Stories

    Communities, developers and landscape professionals are embracing Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ practices that conserve water, reduce runoff of fertilizers and minimize need for pesticides.
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Water: From the Ground to the Tap and Back Play

This three-part video features District experts who explain where water comes from, how it gets to your home and where it goes after it is used.

Florida-Friendly Fertilizing Play

Sometimes Florida yards need fertilizer to help keep them healthy, but applying too much fertilizer, too often or at the wrong time can cause water pollution.

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