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Suwannee River Water Management Project Portal
The Suwanee River Water Management District is committed to water and related natural resources restoration and protection. This requires projects, programs, and plans that focus on ensuring adequate and sustainable water supply, improving and maintaining good water quality, restoring and protecting natural systems, and providing flood protection.
County governments, municipalities, private entities, and the public are encouraged to submit any project proposal that works to achieve the above goals. The District will work with the applicant to further develop projects and identify funding sources, including District
Please use the project portal to submit project proposals. If, after submitting a project proposal, you would like to meet with District staff to discuss and further develop the proposal, please contact the District Project Team,
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Project Submittal Form
District Basin Map
Basin Management Action Plans (BMAP) Within SRWMD Boundary Map
Water Use Caution Area Map
Described below are the District’s cooperative funding programs and grant opportunities:
Regional Initiative Valuing Environmental Resources (RIVER) Cooperative Funding Program
County governments, municipalities, water supply authorities, and other interested government entities can apply for funding from the Suwannee River Water Management District (District) for projects that enhance or address the District's water supply, water quality, flood protection, and/or natural system responsibilities. Eligible projects include those that conserve our water supply, protect springs, develop alternative water supplies, advanced aquifer recharge, improve water quality, enhance or restore natural systems, and provide improved flood protection.
Agricultural Cost-Share Program
The District and FDEP are providing cost share funds to assist agricultural producers with projects to maximize irrigation system efficiency and advanced management tools that save water across the Suwannee River Water Management District (District). Also, funds are available for dairy farms to enhance their wastewater management systems. These funds help protect and conserve water resources in the river basins as well as the hundreds of outstanding springs in our District. The District's Ag Team coordinates these projects.
For more information on this cost-share program, please visit the
Agricultural Cost-Share Program
State Springs Grant Program
Under the leadership of Governor Scott, the Florida Legislature established a record amount of dedicated funding to restore and protect Florida’s springs. Springs are important natural, social, and economic resources for the entire State. The springs throughout the Suwannee River Water Management District (District) support North Florida’s tourism and natural resource based economy.
Under the State Springs Grant Program, administered by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, funds may be used for land acquisition to protect springs and for capital projects that protect the quality and quantity of water that flows from springs.
High School Water Quantity/Quality Grants
High schools within the District's 15-county boundary can apply for funding consideration for projects that implement water conservation, water quality improvement, or efficient irrigation management. For more information on this program please visit the
High School Water Quantity and Quality Grants
Submittal of project proposals does not guarantee funding.
For more information, please contact the District Ag Team at
Suwannee River Water Management District:
9225 CR 49, Live Oak FL 32060, 386.362.1001