• VancoreJones Communications: Special thanks to Karen Garner and VancoreJones Communications for preparing the layout for our forthcoming brochure, “Why is the Water Dark?” Based on four years of research funded with Protect Florida Springs tag grants from the Fish and Wildlife Foundation of Florida, the brochure will be distributed at the Wakulla Springs State Park Waterfront Office when it opens again. You can see a pdf of the brochure on our Resources page.
  • Debbie Lightsey: Thanks to WSA Board Member Debbie Lightsey for donating $50 to the Alliance.
  • Suzanna MacIntosh: Thanks to Suzanna for contributing $100 to WSA.
  • Pam Hall: Thanks to Pam for contributing $500 to the Alliance in memory of her father, John Hall, whose “lifelong support for my forays into the wild” helped to nurture her interests and research pursuits in tropical ecology and other things and places ecological.
  • VancoreJones Communications: Thanks for preparing the layout for our recently published “Let’s Protect Wakulla Spring” brochure
  • Northwest Florida Water Management District: Thanks to the GIS staff for preparing a new map for our recently published “Let’s Protect Wakulla Springs” brochure
  • Bob Thompson: Recognized in February 2018 as a “Champion of Wakulla Springs” for his contributions to our understanding of the wildlife and ecology of the Wakulla Spring and River
  • Pam Hall: Recognized in February 2018 as a “Champion of Wakulla Springs” for her advocacy for protecting and restoring the Wakulla Spring and River Ecosystem