The Water Channel
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Explore these great videos and multimedia interactives to learn about water in Florida.
Get Your Feet Wet
Watershed Protection Begins with You!
Protecting Florida's water resources is everyone's responsibility. Citizens and businesses across the state are jumping in with both feet to help protect water resources. Here are a few ways you can get started.
Volunteer For Water Protection
Lend a hand to help protect water resources in your community. Join a watershed group and participate in a beach or riverfront cleanup. There's lots that you can do to make a difference.
Protect Water Inside and Outside
Conserving water in your home and reducing impact of fertilizers and pesticides is a vital step to protecting water resources.
Report a Water Violation or Environmental Crime
Be the eyes and ears of your community and alert authorities or water managers if you witness an environmental crime.
Easy as One
Easy As One is a public awareness campaign of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), the lead state agency in Florida for environmental management and stewardship. Easy As One encourages citizens to adopt more sustainable habits that protect our air and water quality, conserve water and reduce waste.
Easy As One highlights easy actions each one of us can take to make sustainable practices part of our daily lives at home, at school, at work and at play.
Speak Out and Vote for Water
Water protection is a local issue. Get involved in local planning to protect water resources. Voice your support for local political leaders who share your concerns for protection of water resources.
Help Preserve Coastal Resources
Find a volunteer project nearest you and ask how you can help protect Florida's coastal resources.
Be a Clean Boater
The Florida Clean Boater Program seeks to educate boaters on the importance of protecting the state’s waterways by adopting environmentally friendly practices.
Aquatic Plant Management for the Homeowner
The proper management of our freshwaters, especially of aquatic and wetland plants is a subject often raised by homeowners in Florida.
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