Our Water, Our Future
The Springs Eternal Project is an evolving series of creative partnerships initiated by Lesley Gamble, John Moran and Rick Kilby in collaboration with a diverse community of springs scientists, researchers, artists and advocates. Their goal is to inspire Floridians to value our
springs and the diverse ecosystems they support as fundamental to the health and well-being of us all, human and non-human; to redefine these relationships in socially just and ecologically sustainable terms; and to work collaboratively to conserve, restore and protect Florida’s precious waters for our children and theirs, for generations to come.
The Springs Eternal Project is a celebration of the springs we were given, a meditation on the springs we could lose, and an invitation to the people of Florida to fall in love with our springs all over again, mindful that the choices we make today foretell the Florida of tomorrow. This project includes a traveling exhibit, photo series, book, and a summer camp series designed to give kids face-to-face time with our springs.
Banner video: “Swimming Through Air”
by Lesley Gamble