Clay County residents asked to weigh in on land conservation planning, 3 workshops set

Zoey Fields

Clay County residents are being asked to voice their opinions on what is important to them as commissioners begin to develop land conservation policies. Three public workshops are scheduled for April.

Those who attend the workshops will be able to provide feedback on suggested ideas, while also learning more about the proposed Clay County Land Conservation Program in partnership with the North Florida Land Trust (a nonprofit focused on protecting and preserving the natural places of North Florida).
One of the workshops will be recorded and posted to the county's Facebook page for those who cannot attend to view.Photo byClay County Government

Each workshop will begin at 6 p.m. and are at different locations to allow citizens flexibility in attendance. Meeting dates and locations are below:

Monday, April 10 at the Keystone Heights Historic Beach Pavillion (565 S. Lawrence Blvd.)

Thursday, April 13 at the Middleburg Public Library (2245 Aster Ave.)

Wednesday, April 19 at the Clay County Administration Building in Green Cove Springs (477 Houston St.)

This feedback will help develop land conservation policies, evaluate appropriate projects and implement a successful land conservation program, Clay County Public Information Officer Annaleasa Winter said.

Click here to be taken to the Clay County government Facebook page where one of the workshops will be recorded and posted for viewing.

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