August 13, 2018
Karl Etters, Tallahassee Democrat
Close to 2,000 acres of land – dotted with pristine springs and covered by thick old-growth North Florida forest – is the next acquisition that brings the state one step closer to connecting Tallahassee to the Gulf Coast. The Horn Springs addition will increase the size of Natural Bridge Battlefield Historic State Park nine-fold and encapsulate a large portion of the upper St. Marks River. Division of Recreation and Parks is looking at how best to allow the public access to the land, which was bought from the Natural Bridge Timberlands company with $16 million in Florida Forever funding. The state held a forum Wednesday to take public input on how best to manage the land...
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