Our opinion: why DeBary’s plans to take a portion of the Gemini Springs Addition for economic development is wrong on so many levels, and what you can do to express your concern.
Accessed via a trailhead along SR 52, the 6,533-acre Serenova Tract of Starkey Wilderness Preserve is the “wild space” to the north of J.B. Starkey Wilderness Park in New Port Richey. An effort is underway to try to put a road through the preserve, and locals are fighting against it. Here’s what’s going on and how you can help.
Visits to four springs along the lower Suwannee River enlightens us as to the changes occurring in Florida’s springs, even in rural areas.
We’ve been alerted to an effort by Eglin Air Force Base to reach out and utilize public lands in Northwest Florida for “robust training” exercises. The affected public lands are Tates Hell State Forest in Carrabelle, home to the Kendrick Boardwalk and the High Bluff Coastal Trail, and Blackwater River State Forest in Milton, which the […]
There’s a nice article in today’s St. Petersburg Times outlining the hard work the Suncoast Chapter of the Florida Trail Association has done, of late spearheaded by Mitch Almon, to connect the various loops in Withlacoochee State Forest together as part of the Western Corridor of the Florida Trail. Unfortunately, one of the natural lands […]