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Our Lay of the Land Conference archive is full of helpful expertise for landowners. In this podcast from the 2018 conference, Paul Romanowski, the Florida Region President of DR Horton, Inc., reviewed the residential development market.
Something has been killing Florida's citrus industry. Its name is HLB Greening.
From October 1947 to February 1948, Zora lived in Honduras. She went there to find ancient Mayan ruins or anything left behind a previously undiscovered culture. While she was in Honduras, she wrote “Seraph on the Suwannee,” which was set in Florida. This was the only book she wrote about white people.