First Blog Post

Hello Alachua County Residents!   Welcome to the support page for Wild Spaces & Public Places!   On November 8, Alachua County Voters will have the opportunity to vote FOR clean water, wildlife habitat, and new and improved parks throughout our community. Our area is full of hidden gems, places we can go to reflect, to exercise, to fish or hunt, or even just enjoy the view.   WSPP is building on the successful Alachua County Forever Program and is extending the prior Wild Spaces & Public Places that was in place for just two years in 2009 and 2010.   

If you go to the "About" tab and look over the lists of projects from Alachua County and all nine cities, I think you'll agree that these can make our community an even better places to live, work and play!

Over the next few days we will continue to add content and make improvements to this site.  We hope you will join us at our upcoming events, and add your donation to communicate with voters.   Our campaign has NO public funding or support for passage, so we need your help.

Please feel free to connect with me at wildspacespublicplaces@gmail.com, or call me at Alachua Conservation Trust, 352-373-1078.   Thanks for your support!

Saving Alachua,

Tom Kay, Campaign Treasurer

P.S.  Here's a video about one of our newest nature parks, Little Orange Creek Preserve, a joint project of the City of Hawthorne, Alachua Conservation Trust, Alachua County and the Putnam Land Conservancy

https://youtu.be/RY15GuAdTOE

 

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