Making a real difference in a positive way

Art Jones

The “One Rake at a Time” project has for years gone out to clean up the waters of our beautiful fresh water springs, removing trash and invasive algae. That cleanup effort is at the core of an action plan that speaks louder than words. Until we actually make a real physical difference in a positive way, our Citrus County springs and waters will continue to degrade. 

Our collective actions either make a positive or a negative difference on the waters of our springs, and our drinking water. Think about it; the spring water is the same water we pull out of the ground for drinking. If the springs are showing signs of distress, then our drinking waters is also being contaminated.

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