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. Today, we unite these organizations and a growing number of individual members to lobby in Tallahassee for more protective springs laws, to monitor agency rulemaking, to bring legal action when necessary, and to mobilize wherever a spring is under threat.
Florida Springs Council in the Courtroom - image by John Moran
Springs are worth protecting - image by Linda Wilinski
Florida Springs Council in the Capitol