The Amy H Remley Foundation
To gain an insight into what inspired Amy Remley and continues to inspire us to protect and
preserve our heritage for future generations, you are invited to spend a few minutes of your
life viewing a video about life in Three Sisters Springs – courtesy of Tracy Colson (video)
and Katherine Archer (music).
The Amy H Remley Foundation is a public charity enabling donors to contribute to its work
and deduct donations from their tax returns. In dollar terms, some project needs are very large
and some are small, but all will make a difference. Acquiring acres of land to restore to a
natural state of precious wildlife habitat, requires much. Posting a flier to bring an education
source to the notice of citizens, requires little. Both can yield untold benefits.
Everyone helps to shape the legacy of the changed environment we leave behind.
Either, a bald eagle, symbol of this great nation, swooping down into the crystal clear waters of Crystal River/Kings Bay takes a fine fish to feed to its young at the nest.
Or, that bald eagle, symbol of a great nation, scavenging among our plastic trash hard by Gulf to Lake Highway ...
Because, Crystal River/Kings Bay, crystal clear no more, is rotting vegetation bathed twice a day by toxic tides laced with radio active effluent dumped from a Levy nuclear power plant.
We hope that our work in seeking to educate everyone will favor the former rather than the latter.
Welcome to the website of the Amy H Remley Foundation, Incorporated, which is comprised of
five sections: The Foundation, Education, Conservation, Restoration and Current Issues sections
together with a list of News items.
The Foundation section contains information specific
to the corporation, its mission and a summary under Activities, of projects in hand, completed,
and for the future.
The Education section describes Features, factors
which influence those features under Impacts, and Resources which contains an index to help
navigation within the website when working from a prescribed program such as a curriculum or
lesson plan. A Glossary of several hundred words uses a pop up facility so that the reader may
see instantly the meaning of a word by simply placing the cursor over a word in blue. (Please
note that having a pop up blocker enabled on your computer will disable this function). When the
word in blue appears underlined, a click will move the reader to another relevant page. An index
of peer reviewed reference documents is to be added as a resource.
The Conservation section includes information for
members of the community to follow to help prevent water quality being degraded further.
The Restoration section indicates activities that
could contribute to restoring ecosystem imbalance in the environment to a better balance and
assist in improving water quality.
The Current Issues section maintains brief details
of significant issues in order to keep them in the mind's eye.