Plan diverts more water to rivers to boost fisheries.
Projects on private and publicly-owned land keeping a surge of stormwater runoff out of northern estuaries.
Less water creates conflicts. The growers who can demonstrate they can conserve water and who build political relationships will be the most likely to succeed.
Growers in arid countries like Australia, Israel, and South Africa share what works for them.
While April showers nearly doubled the average rainfall for many counties in the Sunshine State, May is pouring it on.
More agricultural projects singled out to divvy St. Johns River Water Management District funds for conservation, nutrient reduction.
La Niña, where art thou? Normal wintertime weather pattern taking a walk on the wet side in Sunshine State.
Effects of strong hurricane season now being balanced by drier conditions.
Above-average rainfall reports pepper parts of the St. Johns River Water Management District while others drier than usual.
The time to act is now to correct an unsustainable path forward.
St. Johns River Water Management District grants backing to 12 on-farm plans aimed at resource conservation and nutrient reduction.
Tropical torrents, along with a persistent precipitation pattern, helps break 70-year high-water mark.
California Land Use Viewer can help growers determine if they can adopt groundwater recharge practices on their own operations.
Green light given to nine agricultural projects steeped in stewardship.
Report says storm dropped enough gallons of water on Florida’s St. Johns River Water Management District to swamp 6.7 million football fields.
Efforts mounted and executed to move gallons by the ton to protect property.
Despite prolific periods of precipitation, parts of Florida remain under water shortage warning order.