Can anyone pull logs off the river bottom?
George Goodwin worked with the Florida Fish & Game Commission, EPA and Water Management groups for over 20 years to create a safe process for divers and the environment. The State of Florida requires divers to buy a permit that is for a particular section of the river. There are many logs on the river bottom, but only a few are original-growth, with no bark or limbs. The second growth logs that blew down from storms and have tops and root balls are left to provide habitat.