The Future of Redland Region

The persistent dynamic of development in the protected Redland agricultural region is a concern to all who value the countryside as a haven for tropical fruit and vegetable producers, tree farms and orchards of all types. The Urban Development Boundary literally draws a line against further encroachment by protecting the countryside from massive housing developments. Everyone interested in preserving the long term viability of horticulture and agriculture in South Dade and in preserving our rural life styles, schools, water, green open spaces, and tranquility should attend the December 4th meeting which takes place at the Miami-Dade Cooperative Extension Service, 18710 SW 187 Avenue at 9am. Read More …