The Homosassa River Alliance is concerned about the abuse and overuse of our coastal rivers and wetlands, which is why this group was organized. As a feeder to the Homosassa River and then to the Gulf of Mexico, the Halls River is definitely on our radar. We were successful in ending a proposed zoning change on the northwest side of the Halls River bridge via lawsuits five years ago.
The Goal of the OHHC is to educate, inspire, and strengthen our community identity by preserving and sharing the history of Old Homosassa and our mission is to protect and enhance Old Homosassa’s heritage for present and future generations.
Homosassa River Restoration Project (HRRP) is a Florida nonprofit all volunteer organization whose mission is the restoration and preservation of the Homosassa River. Faced with 90% loss of native vegetation and invaded by Lyngbya algae, the projects goal is to substantially increase both water clarity and quality. Removing decades of accumulated muck and replant native eel grass which will help restore and preserve this once beautiful natural resource which is economically vital to our area. Working together with Homosassa citizens, community groups and businesses our river will once again be the pristine body of water deserving of the Outstanding Waterway designation granted by the State of Florida.
Friends of Chassahowitzka is a grassroots organization that is just getting off the ground. Their goals include facilitating invasive lyngbya removal and native plant restoration on the Chassahowitzka River in Citrus County Florida. The group consists of local paddling enthusiasts, fishermen and women, wildlife enthusiasts, spring lovers, as well as local members of the community that share a love for the river they affectionately call The Chaz. The group is currently working towards becoming a nonprofit org.