Florida Springs News Archive

Your Florida Springs news archive. We used to collect new articles for the public up until the year 2000. There was little interest so we stopped. Below is what we collected.


Gulf Power Solar Program Approved
Mar 5, 2016 - This week, Gulf Power received unanimous approval from the Florida Public Service Commission to launch a community solar program for Northwest Florida communities.
Santa Fe River Cleanup, Tuesday, May 19th - 9:00am
May 12, 2015 - This is our last volunteer event this spring, and we apologize for putting it on a Tuesday and not over the weekend (had vols lined up already for this day).

Please join us if you can. Our last clean-up put a dent in it, but there is much more to remove.
Ichetucknee Springs & River Cleanup
May 12, 2015 - Join Current Problems at Ichetucknee Springs State Park on Saturday, May 16, 9:30 am to help Cathy Nagler catch up with the water lettuce. Unfortunately, conditions have been good for water lettuce this winter, and it is getting ahead of Cathy's efforts.
Local Gainesville Brewery is supporting Springs with Beer
Apr 16, 2015 - "Our first beer in the Forever Florida series, Eternal Blonde Ale, was designed in collaboration with our friends from the Florida Springs Institute so help give one of Florida's natural treasures a voice.
April is Florida Volunteer Month
Apr 7, 2015 - Every day in Florida, countless volunteers serve in our schools, mentoring and tutoring our most vulnerable children. They serve at senior centers, state parks, and even in our homes, providing meals to homebound individuals and caring for those with unique abilities. They make our communities safer, stronger, and healthier.
Jimmy Buffet to perform at the Everglades Day Rally on April
Apr 6, 2015 - On Tuesday, April 7th, Jimmy and Coral Reefers Mac McAnally and Robert Greenidge will be performing a short set in support of the Everglades Day Rally in Tallahassee! The rally starts at 11:30am and is sponsored by the Everglades Coalition. Get more details here!
Rookery Bay Reserve Receives $10,000 From Guy Harvey Foundation
Apr 2, 2015 - NAPLES - Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve has received $10,000 from the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation to support a graduate student to complement existing shark research underway by reserve staff and volunteers.
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