Water Wednesday Preview Blog – Water: Florida’s Lifeblood

Last Updated on January 19, 2022 by Tennille Herron

#WaterWednesday is a weekly webinar at Facebook Live for Floridians interested in learning more about Florida’s most precious natural resource: water! This week’s topic is Water: Florida’s Lifeblood.

Water Wednesday in April will feature Water Conservation. We will kick off the month by understanding why water resources are so important.

“Water is the lifeblood of our bodies, our economy, our nation and our well-being” (Stephen Lee Johnson, Head of EPA under G.W. Bush Administration). This quote sums up the importance of water resources.

We use water for drinking, gardening, and other household uses, in agriculture, and in energy production and industrial processes. Clean and plentiful water resources are important for our recreational activities as well as sustain wildlife. They are an integral part of Florida’s environment.

Registration is required and can be done through Zoom Webinars.


Posted: April 12, 2021

Category: UF/IFAS Extension, Water
Tags: #WaterWednesday, Extension, Florida Water, MREC, Natural Resources, Water, Yilin Zhuang

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