Santa Fe River Research Team Meeting

High Springs, Florida: On Monday, February 22th from 10am to 12pm, the Florida Springs Institute will host a public meeting to discuss the findings of our three-year project monitoring water quality, water quantity, and ecological health on the Lower Santa Fe River and springs. This meeting will present the Florida Springs Institute’s Santa Fe River and Springs Environmental Analysis as well as the companion document, Blueprint for Restoring Springs on the Santa Fe River.

The Santa Fe River and Springs Environmental Analysis provides a comprehensive review of the environmental changes observed on the Santa Fe River and spring locations based on information gathered by FSI and from other authoritative sources such as FDEP (Florida Department of Environmental Protection), USGS (United States Geological Survey), and SRWMD (Suwannee River Water Management District). The environmental analysis document can be viewed here: https://floridaspringsinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Santa-Fe-River-and-Springs-Restoration-Blueprint-01_27_21.pdf.

The Blueprint for Restoring Springs on the Santa Fe River provides concise, actionable pathways for restoring springs on the Santa Fe River, and can be viewed here: https://floridaspringsinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Santa-Fe-River-and-Springs-Environmental-Analysis_Final-1.pdf.
Key presenters will include the Executive Director of the Florida Springs Institute Dr. Bob Knight and lead FSI Environmental Scientist Hillary Skowronski. Discussion will include a distinguished panel of scientists, researchers, and stakeholders for the Santa Fe River.

The general public is encouraged to attend the meeting and will be able to submit comments and questions throughout the discussion. Public questions will be addressed during a question-and-answer period at the end of the meeting. Any questions that are not addressed during the Q&A period can be sent via email to the Florida Springs Institute (info@floridaspringsinstitute.org) and will be addressed via email.

Funding for this project was provided by the 1923 Fund, the Community Foundation of North Central Florida, and the Felburn Foundation. Additional support was provided by Our Santa Fe River Inc., and anonymous donors. The Florida Department of Environmental Protection provided support through analytical laboratory chemical analyses of our water quality samples.
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