2020 Dragonfly Mercury Project

Written by:

2020 presented new challenges on how to collect the required 10-15 dragonfly nymphs from each of the four designated sites within the Wekiva Basin. This was the 2nd year for samples to be submitted for analysis from the Wekiva Wild & Scenic River System.

Read More

Posted in:

Wekiwa Springs Watch

Written by:

Date: Thursday, February 18th, 2021

Time: 8:45 AM

Join the Wekiva Springs Watch group for the monthly water quality monitoring.

Read More

Posted in:

24th Annual Great Backyard Bird Count

Written by:

Date: February 12-15th 2021

Count the birds you see for at least 15 minutes on one or more days of the count, and then enter your checklist online with eBird (https://ebird.org/about) or the Merlin Bird ID app (https://merlin.allaboutbirds.org/)

Read More

Posted in:

Annual Black Water Creek Bridges Clean Up!

Written by:

Date: Saturday March 6th 2021

Clean up under SR 44, CR 44A, and Lake Norris Rd. Bridge that cross Black Water Creek.

Read More

Posted in:

20th Anniversary Art Contest Winners

Written by:

These are the winners of the 20th Anniversary Art Contest

Read More

Posted in:

Wilson’s Landing Park

Written by:

Wilson’s Landing Park is located in northwest Seminole County…

Read More

Posted in:

20th Anniversary Wilsons Landing Paddle & Clean Up

Written by:

Date: Sunday October 25th 2020

Provided by Wekiva Outfitters- Launching from Wilson’s Landing..

Read More

Posted in:

Florida Native Plants along the Wekiva River

Written by:

Date: Saturday October 24th 2020

Native Plants along the Wekiva River with SERV Coordinator, Elizabeth Stephens.

Read More

Posted in:

20th Anniversary Rock Springs Run Paddle Trip

Written by:

Date: Sunday October 18th
Event Start Time: 8:00 AM

Launch from Kings Landing and paddle upstream to Kelly Park, turn around at board walk and paddle downstream back to Kings Landing.

Read More

Posted in:

Benthic Macroinvertebrates with Rob Mattson

Written by:

Date: Saturday October 3rd 2020

Tune in to learn about Benthic Macroinvertebrates with Senior Environmental Scientist, Rob Mattson.

Read More

Posted in: