Visitors returning to the Three Sisters Springs property will find big changes. That’s because the District recently completed the Wetland Treatment Project adjacent to the springs. The property had been closed to the public since April during construction, but visitors will now find a wetland area in a six-acre section of the property to treat stormwater runoff. Watch a video about the project.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) awarded more than $7.5 million in grants for water-quality enhancement projects in Citrus County to protect the health of Kings Bay and Crystal River’s unique spring-fed systems comprised of more than 70 freshwater Springs throughout a 600-acre bay. Learn about the projects happening in our District.