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How Coon Hollo In Micanopy Came To Embrace Florida’s Agritourism Trend

If you want to have a son, don’t drink the water at Coon Hollo.  At least, that’s what Laurie Berry says. She’s the oldest of three daughters in the Williams family and part of five generations of Williams that have lived and worked on Coon Hollo farm since the early …

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Micanopy’s Tree-Lined Heritage: A Balance Between Charm And Power

The same towering, moss-laden live oaks and magnolia trees that line Cholokka Boulevard through downtown Micanopy are the roots of concern for residents and electrical companies alike. Their unruly growth wreaks havoc on the power lines, too frequently leaving many Micanopy residents without power.

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