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Management and Monitoring
There are many opportunities to
participate in the restoration efforts and decision making that affects
your local water bodies. Visit the links below for more information on
how you can get involved.
Basin Management Action Plan (BMAP)
After TMDLs are adopted for a water body, BMAPs are established
through a series of meetings with stakeholders and DEP staff. BMAP
Working Group Meetings are open to the public and present important
information about the science behind TMDLs as well as the opportunity to
voice questions and concerns.
Basin Management Action Plan (BMAP) Meetings
Development of Numeric
Nutrient Criteria for Florida's Waters (DEP)
This page provides updates
on the Florida's Numeric Nutrient Criteria development and information
on how to comment on this process.
Proposed Rulemaking to Adopt TMDLs
Following the announcement of a proposed
rule to adopt a TMDL, the public is given 21-day challenge period to
contest it. meeting dates and locations for public workshops on draft
of Proposed Rulemaking to Adopt TMDLs
Blue Spring Alliance
The purpose of the spring working groups is
to provide a forum for stakeholders to learn about the spring ecosystem
and threats to its health, to understand why the local community values the springs, and to
work together on projects to conserve and restore the springs and their
spring-run streams. For more information on the Blue Spring Alliance,
please contact the Blue Spring Steering Committee at
Florida State Parks
Florida has 160 state parks, all of which depend heavily on
volunteers for anything from working concessions to assisting with
wildlife surveys. Visit the
State Parks website to find
volunteer opportunities at a park near you.
Local county governments have many volunteer programs that range from
water sampling to surveying wildlife. Below are links to several
counties located in the Central District.
For more volunteer opportunities visit
Volunteer Match where you can be paired with any number of volunteer
organizations in your area.
Central District home
Watershed Management and Monitoring
Watershed Management and Monitoring Section
Blvd, Suite 232
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