By Walker A Willis, Shorecrest Preparatory School The third phase of my project was to restore an estuary along the 54th Avenue Channel in St. Petersburg.
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LARGEST TREE PLANTING IN FLORIDA!
Saturday, June 12, 2021
We have 20,000 longleaf pine
seedlings to plant on 80 acres
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