The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) announced it is accepting applications for cost-share projects to develop alternative water supply projects and water conservation projects. This is part of the state of Florida’s continuing efforts to identify and implement cost-effective strategies to protect its water resources while meeting Florida’s water needs. Partnering with local governments and other entities for implementation of water conservation projects and development of alternative water projects are important and effective ways to help accomplish this goal.
Craig Frey, Hendry County Extension director and multi-county commercial horticulture Extension agent, noted the following points for growers looking to fund projects: …..
Read more about SFWMD Accepting Applications for Cost-Share Water Projects on the Citrus Industy website.