The yearly amount
is a rolling,
cumulative for the
previous 365 days
Pilot project deploys a mobile algal harvesting unit on a barge to remove algae and suspended solids from points around the lake.
Ongoing restoration work and new projects are improving the health of this central Florida lake, as seen through expanded coverage of aquatic grasses, increases in gamefish and improving water clarity.
Project will help to replenish the Floridan aquifer in northeast Florida using flow from the flood-prone Black Creek in Clay County.
Project will help improve water quality by removing nutrients built up in peat in Area 5 of the property, as part of the District’s work to continue to restore Lake Griffin.