Tourist will benefit from healthy Lakes and Springs
in Florida. Amendment 1 is targeting land purchases to help save Florida Water Resources.
outlets from our aquifers known as Springs, are now likely going to benefit from the Amendment 1 spending program, this will
benefit the aquifer feeding our springs, Truly many of our springs are now protected but will be better if all goes well.
Florida is focusing Millions of Dollars on ground water, springs and drinking water. As we require more freshwater to grow
our crops and maintain our lifestyles, the necessity of conservation efforts becomes more apparent every day. The old
practice of sending 100% of Spring Flow to the Atlantic ocean or Gulf of Mexico is seen as part of the problem reducing Beneficial
Recharge of the Aquifer. The health of the aquifer and Florida’s many springs is directly related to our actions.
Protecting springs and the Floridan aquifer for the future of natural habitats, drinking water supplies and the benefit
of the next generation of Floridians is critically important according to Florida Environmental Officials. Environmentalist
flock to Florida to be part of this new Amendment 1 effort. Environmental Tourism.
According to Florida DEP Officials, "Florida’s springs are some of the most fascinating geological
features on the planet. Flowing from the deep Floridan aquifer, their cool, clear waters have provided habitat
to humans and wildlife for thousands of years, and have drawn visitors from around the world. We are fortunate to live in
a state where we can access these unique, natural resources through numerous State Parks, private concessions and public lands."
It is important that we do not send our best water to the ocean only to recover and de-salt ocean water to send back
to the population centers of the state.
According to Environmental Experts, "As we require more freshwater
to grow our crops and maintain our lifestyles, the necessity of conservation efforts becomes more apparent every day. The
health of the aquifer and Florida’s many springs is directly related to our actions, as individuals, as communities.
Protecting springs and the Floridan aquifer for the future of natural habitats, drinking water supplies and the benefit of
the next generation of Floridians is critically important". Now with Amendment 1 the citizens have given the go
ahead to save our aquifer. Buying up outlet land is not the answer, buying up lands to stop the input of storm-water
rapid drains and SED drain from utilities is at the top of the list for reform. The Citizens have spoken! Environmental
Tourist can bring their interest and take home reform to the planet that they found in Florida.
The health of the the People of Florida the aquifer and Florida’s
many springs is the goal of Amendment 1. Come to Florida and be a part of Future Environmental Reform.
What's Up Ocalabreakes the story. Can bottled water play an important in Florida's economic recovery? Water Czar Don Browning
has been making more than waves in his bid to be a solid member of the Economic Action Team. Ocala Marion County Commissioners have been looking for a way to protect Silver Springs while economically helping tax payers benefit by reduced taxes. More
Winter Perfect Weather when all the north is struggling, visit Marion County. Photography is perfect for wildlife. Rookeries are active wtih new chicks hatching from November to April.
Spring brings the burst of natural beauty
Florida is known for, and the best fishing of the year. Rivers and Lakes allow travel in Natures Wonderland.
is perfect for long days and perfect weather. Rain is a joy to behold as cumulus clouds build and refresh the land.
With modern air conditioning boating and water sports provide enjoyment outdoors and inside the parties are just getting
Fall is Football, sports and out door activities begin again. Bass fishing takes off, cycling, horseback
riding, beaches, motor cycles, auto racing and hunting all are prime activities. Eco Tourist destinations begin a new
endless cycle. Bring your Camera!
Rick Scott is the "Real Deal", Agencies that have expanded over the past 10 years must now stop their regulatory
ways. Who needs big government except maybe the employees.
Community Action Groups historically funded by DEP are now asked to fund themselves.
Big Government usually starts with a great sounding name like "Springs Protection".
Next comes regulation in the form of Rules and Grants to
expand regulation at the County and City level. Finally, regulators become too big and bloated in their quest to take
over the lives of the people.
Springs Protection has become a magnet for anti growth spokesmen with fat state contracts to "Educate the Public".
The people are joining forces with Governor Scott and the Legislature to regain
control of Florida's Economy.
Tourist, get ready for a positive repeatable experience when you come to Florida.
We are reopening
Florida to Tourism, Technology and Business.
Come find your place in the sun!
Click for Governor's agenda to Economic Recovery
Governor Rick Scott presents a blue print for success.
Ted Yoho kicks off his Campaign for District 6 US Congress to the cheers
of a packed house!
come out in droves to support Ted Yoho!
is political friendly
Join in the fun as Americans work together to save our country.
Marion County EDCto take on the failing EDC Ocala and high unemployment. Taking no tax money, EDC Marion County
challenges EDC Ocala to give back 6 figure salaries. Setting a $5,000 per month salary limit for the Ocala EDC, the
new council declared more that $5,000 per month as wasteful when an estimated 1 in 5 Ocala workers are unemployed. Marion
County EDC Executive Director Don Browning pleged a full year of $ 0.00 salary. All funding will go directly to
fight unemployment. 60 new Bottled Water Jobs will focus world attention on the 1,000,000,000,000 gallons of pure Spring
Water we send to the ocean daily from Marion County. One day 10 % of the wasted springs output will go to fund numerous
programs in Marion County. "We currently are wasting our greatest asset", stated Water Czar Bob Burton.
First on the agenda for the Economic Action Team is the new World Class recognition of Marion County bottled mineral water. Rated among the worlds best Mineral
Waters, Marion County Bottling efforts are underway.
2nd Annual Department of FL VFW Retirement Home’s Veterans
March 5, 2011 from 11am – 2pm
Location: 13005 NE 135th Street, Fort McCoy, FL 32134.
For information call 352-236-0823
Check out Marion Sun Times for details and photos from last year’s event and what is coming in 2011.
The event is FREE and Open to the Public!! Food
and beverages available.
Marion County Commission considers dropping the Ocala name! Marion County residents tire of funding Ocala promotion.
Commissioners declare that they represent
more than just Ocala!
Marion County Board of County
Commissioners kick off their own EDC that will represents Marion County.
County Board of County Commissioners drops Ocala name. For years Ocala takes the name of most Marion County efforts,
such as the Marion County Tourism Council became the Ocala/Marion County Tourism Council. Actually, it became the Ocala organization dropping Marion County. The Old EDC became the Ocala EDC as Marion County residents were just there to pay the bills.