The Suwannee River Water Management District (District) governing board moved forward with a water use monitoring rule for its largest users and to assist agricultural water users with the required monitoring.
The program will monitor 75 percent of the total water allocated in the District.
“The District needs actual water use data to accurately forecast sustainable, future water supply needs and to develop water supply plans,” said Jon Dinges, District director of water supply and resource management.
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