Learning & Education Tools

Visit these pages to increase your understanding and appreciation of our water resources.

This online library is a diverse collection of resource materials with research reports, management plans, assessments, conservation tips, website links, videos, and more. Find what you’re looking for using keyword search and filtering options. Get Started ›

Learn why shoreline vegetation is important for protecting water quality, and how you can comply with the County's Shoreline Protection Ordinance. Get Started ›

Today's stormwater systems effectively prevent flooding, but they are also efficient conduits of pollutants into surface water bodies. Learn how we all can reduce the quantity of stormwater and lessen the pollutant load in urban runoff. Get Started ›

Find out how biological monitoring of macroinvertebrate communities helps Seminole County get a complete picture of the ecological health of its lakes and streams. Get Started ›

Explore each of our watersheds by learning about interesting places within them. Have a favorite spot? Share your experiences there, and your photos, and see stories and photos from others. Get Started ›

These lesson plans help students to understand the science of watersheds while they practice reading and math skills. Each has a teacher’s guide and student handout and includes FCAT-friendly exercises. Get Started ›

View the Digital Library contents on a map, and find what you’re looking for with a combination of map selection, keyword search, and filtering options. Get Started ›

In Florida, water issues always seem to be a hot topic. Get the latest, and find out about upcoming opportunities to become involved in water resource conservation. Get Started ›

Find out about upcoming environmental events, recreational outings and volunteer workdays. Opportunities abound for enjoying our waterways and improving our watersheds. Get Started ›

View images of Seminole County's people, places, and natural resources, past and present. Get Started ›

Watch and learn about Seminole County's waterways, history, people and wildlife... and find new places to explore! Get Started ›