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THE FLORIDA SPRINGS INSTITUTE IS A 501(C)(3) NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Working to PROTECT
Florida's springs through
sound science and education

Learn about our Citizen Science program:

Ecological Health assessment of suwannee river springs

Learn about our year-long study of four Outstanding Florida Springs on the Suwannee River

Learn about The Florida Springs Institute’s 3 year project on the Lower Santa Fe River

OUR IMPACT

8

YEARS MONITORING

10

WATER QUALITY PARAMETERS COLLECTED

235

SpringsWatch SAMPLING TRIPS

> 16,000

VOLUNTEER HOURS

THE SPRINGS BLOG

THE NORTH FLORIDA SPRINGS

ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER

MONITORING OUR SPRINGS

SAFEGUARDING OUR FUTURE

THE FLORIDA SPRINGS INSTITUTE IS A  501(C)(3) NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

WORKING TO PROTECT FLORIDA'S SPRINGS THROUGH SOUND SCIENCE AND EDUCATION

OUR IMPACT

8

YEARS MONITORING

10

WATER QUALITY PARAMETERS COLLECTED

235

SpringsWatch SAMPLING TRIPS

> 16,000

VOLUNTEER HOURS

Learn about The Florida Springs Institute’s ongoing project on the Lower Santa Fe River

THE SPRINGS BLOG

Florida Springs Welcome Center – Our Vision

By: Robert Knight As of November 1st, 2022, the Florida Springs Institute has moved to a new location. Our new home is at 18645 Main Street in downtown High Springs and will be the public’s full service stop for springs information, gifts, and gear. After seven years at our old

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Alachua County needs an environmental champion to stop destructive development

By Robert Knight. Published in the Gainesville Sun on September 22, 2022. Working in unison, Florida’s counties and cities have more power than our governor and legislature. Florida’s League of Cities and Association of Counties comprise a robust network of local officials that thrives off the collective power and best interests of the public

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