Sunday, January 26, 2014
Florida's Water Quality: Speak up for clean water

Florida is famous for its water. Seawater snuggles both of the state's coasts, swings around the Keys at the bottom of the state and stretches along the Panhandle.

Freshwater swooshes down the center of the state in the all-important Floridan aquifer, an underground river of sorts that provides water for drinking and the environment along the length of the peninsula.


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