The Florida Springs Council brings policy, law, and scientific experts together to advocate for Florida's world-class Springs and Spring-fed Rivers

Our Story

In 2016, springs and environmental organizations from all over the state came together to form a consortium, each contributing their skills and local expertise to coordinate action in the restoration, preservation, and protection of Florida’s freshwater springs and the Floridan aquifer. We unite these organizations and our individual members to lobby in Tallahassee for more protective springs laws, monitor agency rulemaking,  bring legal action when necessary, and mobilize wherever a spring is under threat. 

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Ryan Smart Florida Springs Council advocacy

Our members stay informed and help us lobby for better Springs Laws in Tallahassee

Florida Springs Council Summit

Join us at the Springs Summit, we host this gathering every other year

Say No to Nestle Florida Springs Council

Your support for our legal fund allows us to fight the "Nestle" bottling permit in court

Free the Ocklawaha Florida Springs Council

Removing the Rodman Dam would restore 20 drowned springs, our members give us the backing we need to get it done

Florida Springs Council BGATF coalition

We're better together; our work with water organizations across the state holds state leaders accountable

Rainbow River Action Alert

Your action helped save the Rainbow River when we fought a large timeshare development

Florida Springs Council informed memberships are free. You'll receive information from us about Springs threats and solutions, and you'll be alerted when it's time to speak out and step up for the Springs:

 

Here are a few examples of what your membership supports: