Join other community members in taking action to protect and restore our water resources.

The environmental Volunteer & Internship Program (eVIP) offers citizens a means of public engagement with the natural world around them, through watershed cleanups, restoration projects, storm drain labeling, water quality sampling, and more. Get Started ›

Use this form to report discharges or dumping into lakes, streams, rivers, canals, ditches, stormwater ponds, or even into a manhole, stormdrain or curb inlet in the street. Get Started ›

Check out our new mobile field guide for identifying invasive plant species in Florida. This application is designed for everyone—students, teachers, plant enthusiasts, professional land managers, as well as the average citizen. Get Started ›

Learn how your lakefront community can set up a special taxing district to provide funds for essential lake services such as invasive plant management. Get Started ›

The 28 lakes in the Butler Chain and Windermere Water Navigation Control District are known for their excellent water quality, good fishing, and recreational activities. Get Started ›

Submit a document, website, case study, video, or organization for inclusion on the Water Atlas. Get Started ›