Water cycle sticker

Everyone knows where to get a “beach sticker” to gain access to Collier County’s internationally-acclaimed beaches,

But where does one go to gain access into the interior freshwater wonderland of Collier County and beyond?

For that you’ll need the South Florida Watershed Journal.


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It’s your “online passport” into the inner realm of south Florida’s water cycle and interconnected water ways.

It’s a hydrologic “Rosetta Stone” that helps you see the Big Cypress, Everglades, Lake Okeechobee (and more) through the eyes of a hydrologist as the numbers come in.
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And in a way that is fun and easy to digest.

Even better: it’s free!
(Just like the beach sticker.)
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That being said, I did get a parking ticket the other day at the beach.

I hadn’t noticed that my beach sticker had expired.

The irony was that I had a bunch of quarters in my pocket at the time, that I could have easily fed into the parking meter had I known about my recently expired sticker.
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But all is well that ends well.

I stopped by the county complex, made good on my $22 fine, got my new sticker (for free), and was on my way.

Good to go for another two years.

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