aerial photo of farmUSEPA is proposing to redraw regional boundaries governing Florida water-quality standards and is including NAWQA information on natural geologic sources of phosphorus in their approaches for regionalizing nutrient criteria. Specifically, USEPA reported on August 4, 2010 that "it is considering adjustments in the Panhandle to account for natural geological influences on stream phosphorus concentrations and is considering dividing the area into Panhandle West, which it described as "less phosphorus-rich," and Panhandle East, a "more phosphorus rich region."