Last Updated on November 29, 2021 by Thomas Zapor
It’s no secret that water is Florida’s most precious resource. After all, Florida is surrounded by 1,350 miles of coastline and home to more than 7,800 natural lakes 0 including the 448,000-acre Lake Okeechobee. With a growing population and ever-evolving tourism, agricultural and hospitality industries, Florida and Floridians are constantly demanding more water. But what is the current state of Florida water policy?
Join us this Wednesday, March 3 at 2:00 for a discussion about the evolution of water quality regulations in the United States and Florida. Hosted by Dr. Yilin Zhuang, we will explore broad national water quality regulations and deep dive into what makes Florida’s water policy different.