Blog Archive

May 2015

TESTING

Forced Resignations Weaken Water Agency

Recently, four top executives at the St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) suddenly resigned, with two of them stating in their resignation letters that they were resigning "in lieu of termination."  Collectively, the four have 89 years of...

Ruling By Judge Threatens Silver Springs

Algae in Silver Springs by Karen ChadwickPRESS RELEASE:  MAY 5, 2015 SILVER SPRINGS, FL — Despite evidence that Florida’s iconic Silver Springs would be further degraded from the over-pumping of groundwater and increased nutrient pollution, an...

Free the Ocklawaha

The time has come to finally restore the Ocklawaha River.  The Ocklawaha is the largest tributary to the St. Johns River.  Restoration of the Ocklawaha's historic flow will provide significant ecological benefits to the St. Johns, expand recreational and...