Title: Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Appendix J - St. Johns River Water Management District Mission Statement
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Title: Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Appendix J - St. Johns River Water Management District Mission Statement
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Appendix J - St. Johns River Water Management District Mission Statement (JDV Box 90)
General Note: Box 24, Folder 2 ( Emerging Issues and Conflicts - 1976-1994 ), Item 13
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APPENDIX J


ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
MISSION STATEMENT








ST. JOHNS RIVER DISTRICT WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT


MISSION STATEMENT


The mission of the St. Johns River Water Management District is
to manage water resources to ensure their continued availability
while maximizing environmental and economic benefits.

Through resources monitoring and assessment; data collection;
applied research; regulation; land acquisition; project
construction and operation; education and coordination with the
public and local, state and federal governments; the District
will strive to provide for the conservation, restoration and
proper development and utilization of water resources.

The District will work to:

maintain efficiency, innovation, professional competence
and responsiveness to the public;

foster an appreciation of the unique natural resources of
the region to promote a balanced environmental ethic;

assure the availability of water for all reasonable
beneficial uses;

restore and protect the quality of surface and ground
waters;

prevent or reduce the potential for flood damage; and

preserve natural resources, fish and wildlife.




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