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Sweetwater Wetlands Park in Gainesville is an example of Florida land that was protected to improve water quality. The Land Conservation Optimizer Tool can help identify potential conservation lands like it.
(Julia House/WUFT News)
Researchers at the University of Florida Center for Coastal Solutions and Center for Landscape Conservation Planning recently developed a tool to help identify conservation lands in Florida that could help improve water quality if they are protected.

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Television Highlights

Season 2 of WUFT Amplified premieres March 16, 2024.
“Greater Good” is a WUFT-produced half-hour series showcasing non-profit organizations in the North Central Florida community. Each participating organization will lead the viewer on a journey of their organization’s history, their mission, their day-to-day community engagement and their impact on the community. This series will highlight what makes our community great.
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