Springs Academy Class 2: Springs Hydrogeology

This class, called “Springs Hydrogeology”, is the second in the six-part Springs Academy series. Held at the North Florida Springs Environmental Center in High Springs and given by Dr. Robert Knight, founder and director of the Howard T Odum Florida Springs Institute.

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Re-evaluation of Minimum Flows and Levels for the Santa Fe and Ichetucknee

It is not in the public’s best interest to dry up or pollute any of Florida’s artesian springs.  Healthy springs support a vast and abundant assemblage of charismatic and endangered wildlife, nourish our many rivers and lakes during droughts, and are the sought-after playground for tens of millions of visitors each year. Springs are essential for our local ecology and economy. Governmental agencies responsible for protecting Florida’s environmental prosperity would be reckless and irresponsible to allow priceless…

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