Jacksonville : Watershed forest management plan
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This management plan is designed to assist and focus activities to meet the city of Jacksonville's objectives in the management of city-owned property within the Jackson Creek watershed. It has been written to provide guidelines for a sound strategy which reflects a land stewardship ethic to integrate the management of the forest resources as a valuable legacy for present and future generations. [From the Plan]
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