When the weather changes, many of us in north Florida think of the outdoors and celebrate the exceptional fall weather by reconnecting with the abundant beauty that is north Florida.
Recent conversations about the interest of Nestle Corporation in tapping the
Wacissa River as a source for more bottles of water that we don't need has engaged a number of conservation groups and activists interested in preserving what is left of our aquifer and natural beauty of rural north Florida.
This week, the met with concerned citizens, including the groups
". . .the decision would depend on a host of variables, including the outcome of the testing and data gathering and the willingness of the Suwannee River Water Management District (SRWMD) to issue a permit."
Raise a glass of tap water at the Thanksgiving table in support of access to clean, free drinking water for everyone, everywhere.