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Jan 7, 2012

Opening conservation lands to the public is a long process with little funding

"For the better part of a decade, Alachua County has used a mix of tax monies...and outside funding to amass nearly 20,000 acres of protected conservation property...the resources available to manage these properties and ready them for public access are far more limited...Alachua County Forever's program manager Ramesh Busch said...partnerships...are one way to pen them to the public with little county funding.", The Gainesville Sun, January 7, 2012 (Read entire article)

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