The state has set aside $3 million for projects aimed at improving the health of springs within the Suwannee River Water Management District’s 15-county boundary, according to state officials.
“If I could sum up the (last legislative) session in one word, it would be ‘springs,’” said Steve Minnis, director of governmental affairs and communications with SRWMD, at a governing board meeting Thursday in Cedar Key.
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