The Southwest Florida Water Management District (District) requests offers for the Green Swamp West North Field Pine Timber Harvest.
What does FWMD stand for?
FWMD stands for Florida Water Management District
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) recently awarded CH2M HILL a contract to provide professional engineering services as part of an $880 million plan to restore the Everglades.
including the Everglades, the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) has won the 2013 Growing Blue Award, presented during an awards ceremony at the American Water Summit in Washington, D.
Partners in addition to ARS include the University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences and the South Florida Water Management District.
To reduce the lake's nutrient level, the South Florida Water Management District began pumping untreated farm runoff into the central Everglades.
We felt this to be a creative means to try to educate the public on the need for year-round water conservation," said Henry Dean, executive director of the South Florida Water Management District.
The South Florida Water Management District has not agreed to pay homeowners 125 percent of the market value of their properties.
The melaleuca outcompetes everything--it's just a nuisance," says Robert Shuford, an environmental scientist at the South Florida Water Management District in West Palm Beach.