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A Jacksonville environmental nonprofit says its recent settlement with the city is a win for foliage and government transparency.


Seaton Creek Historic Preserve sign
Sean Lahav

WJCT presents a collaboration between the University of North Florida's Environmental Center and Public Trust Environmental Legal Institute of Florida on 19 short videos showcasing the city, state and national parks of the First Coast, produced by Sean Lahav, a project leader in the environmental leadership program.

Trails

The park features three trails – Creek Trail, Long Cut and Legacy Loop – for a total of five miles.

Seaton Creek Historic Preserve and Thomas Creek Fish Camp

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Last month, Green Cove Springs' historic Spring Park reopened after renovations.

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Update 7/27 at 8:29 a.m.: This story has been updated to include additional comments from Congressman Rutherford.

A rule change at the federal Justice Department could allow police officers to confiscate more people’s property if they believe it’s being used in a crime — even if they never arrest someone.

Some states have outright banned the practice known as civil-asset forfeiture, while others including Florida have established strict limits.


VIDEO: Explore Northeast Florida's Tideviews Preserve

Jul 26, 2017
sunset over Tideviews Preserve
Sean Lahav

WJCT presents a collaboration between the University of North Florida's Environmental Center and Public Trust Environmental Legal Institute of Florida on 19 short videos showcasing the city, state and national parks of the First Coast, produced by Sean Lahav, a project leader in the environmental leadership program.

Tideviews Preserve

A short distance from Atlantic Boulevard, amidst the hustle of the city, Tideviews Preserve offers some not-to-miss tranquility, complete with fishing and strolling near the Intracoastal Waterway.

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