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Natural Wakulla April 20th

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By Les Harrison

Sometimes appearances really do represent the situation at hand. It can be good, or it can be bad.
With spring 2017 literally covering Wakulla County, the observer must be focused to identify the problems in the green onslaught. Unfortunately, if left too long the problems can be challenging to control.
This seasonal uncloaking allows for early examination of the structure and configuration of what has been hidden for the past few months. The current exposure also reveals potentially painful hazards in the native landscape.


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