Floridan Aquifer

The source of almost all our drinking, agricultural, and industrial water in south Georgia, parts of Alabama and South Carolina, and all of Florida.

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  1. Pingback: Flint Riverkeeper to GA Senate Aquifer Storage Study Committee | WWALS Watershed Coalition

  2. Pingback: FL State Rep. Elizabeth Porter objects to FERC about Sabal Trail pipeline in karst limestone - WWALS Watershed Coalition

  3. Pingback: Aquifer Conference, Monticello, FL, 2014-10-2,3,4 - WWALS Watershed Coalition

  4. Pingback: Not in our county, state, or aquifer: Valdosta votes against Sabal Trail pipeline tonight - WWALS Watershed Coalition

  5. Pingback: WWALS supports Florida fracking ban - WWALS Watershed Coalition

  6. Pingback: Regional aquifers crossed, according to Sabal Trail - WWALS Watershed Coalition

  7. Pingback: If eminent domain is hardship to Mineral Interest Owners, it’s hardship to everyone else | SpectraBusters

  8. Pingback: Floridan Aquifer more important than Sabal Trail pipeline –WWALS Amicus Brief to Leesburg | WWALS Watershed Coalition

  9. Pingback: Get Sabal Trail out of vulnerable karst –EPA to FERC | WWALS Watershed Coalition

  10. Pingback: Hamilton County, FL unanimously asks Army Corps for on-site independent study of Sabal Trail | WWALS Watershed Coalition

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