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Jun 15, 2016

Land deal could create 27-mile wildlife corridor

State officials on Friday will consider a proposal to acquire 37,495 acres of privately owned forest land in eastern Alachua County for conservation.

The Lochloosa Forest project would ensure a greenway for people, plants and wildlife stretching from the Santa Fe River to Orange Lake… Weyerhaeuser, formerly Plum Creek Timber Co., owns 32,795 acres in the proposal., The Gainesville Sun, June 15, 2016. (Read entire article)

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