Support the Businesses that Support Springs Protection
Santa Fe River - Ft White
Call Rum 138 to explore the springs of the Santa Fe River. They're not only a kayak and paddleboard rental service for the beautiful Santa Fe River and its plentiful springs, but also house a springs art gallery, offer new kayak & paddle board sales, and are a live music venue.
Azalea City Brewing Company
Built in a 1937 Coca-Cola bottling plant, this brewery is a family-friendly meeting place near the St. John's River. Stop by after biking the Palatka-to-St. Augustine trail, kayaking the Ocklawaha River, or hiking in Etoniah State Forest or Ravine Gardens State Park.
Canaveral Nat'l Seashore
Rocket launches, dolphins, manatees, sea turtles, and bioluminescence! Explore the most biodiverse estuaries and islands in North America. Viking Ecotours partners with Leave No Trace and 1% for the Planet in addition to supporting the work of the Florida Springs Council!
Located in historic downtown Sanford, Deviant Wolfe hosts "Campfire Stories," a space for groups working for good to connect. DW was the first location to offer our "angry manatee" pint glasses in a permanent location so donors could grab a glass even when we didn't have an event in the area - stop by and grab your glass!
Your customers love the springs.
Partner with Springs Conservation.
There are two ways your business can be listed here
as a springs-friendly partner
Support the Florida Springs Council with a quick and easy $500 Business Membership using the donation form below, and you're done!
Come up with an idea unique to you that will raise $500 or more for Springs Conservation (we have some examples below).
When you partner with FSC we'll provide:
A listing of your business here on our website for at least one year (renewable);
A graphic that shows you are a springs partner that you can use for your website or printed materials
The five-inch round window or door cling shown above that shows that your business actively supports Springs Conservation;
Posts on our social media celebrating your support
These businesses came up with their own way to raise $500 or more to become a business partner:
Azalea City Brewing in Palatka offered guests the option to "round up" their drink tab, donating the proceeds to FSC.
Satchel's Pizza held a "round up for charity" program over three months that allowed customers to round up to the nearest dollar at checkout, allowing their customers to raise thousands of dollars for the Florida Springs Council.
Life Unplastic donated 10% of their proceeds for one month to fund the fight against the Nestle bottling permit, a cause very relevant to their customers.
LVR shirt printing sold a springs design shirt in their webstore for three months, donating the proceeds to the Florida Springs Council.