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Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Saving our springs

Posted October 30, 2006
Conservation is key in keeping the water flowing

Some of Central Florida's springs may grow drier if the increasing human demand on the region's underground water supply continues.

In Rock and Wekiwa springs, which are surrounded by booming development in Orange and Seminole counties, flows are expected to decrease by close to 10 percent by 2025.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just accidently found your blog. Yes, there is someone out their as interested in the springs of Florida as I am. I am impressed . Quite extensive collection of information I love it. And also thank you for putting your time to this.

See Ya, Spring hoppper from Pinellas County Nola

Anonymous said...

trying to get info' on white springs? And get information on boat ramps also? from white springs to swannee, down to branford?and condations on kaykin'fishing/ site seeing?
thank you. from cross city ''the wonder''

Anonymous said...

trying to get info' on white springs? And get information on boat ramps also? from white springs to swannee, down to branford?and condations on kaykin'fishing/ site seeing?
thank you. from cross city ''the wonder''

PC said...

For information on the springs along the suwannee and boat ramps I recommend purchasing the maps listed at this link http://www.floridasprings.info/2007/11/florida-springs-maps.html

Danielle said...

I have to say I have been sitting at this computer too long trying to find good florida springs information. I want to thank you kindly for your help.

Anonymous said...

Considering a walk to honor our water and connect the springs. anyone interested contact me ahalusky@sjcfl.us Also any elders who remember Florida in their youth I'm interested in your stories.