Marianna resident Pam Fuqua has taken over as president of RiverWay South at a time when the organization has embarked on a “rebranding” mission. It’s keeping its name but also will be more publicly doing business as Explore Northwest Florida.
~The park harbors many rare and native animals and plants such as the nearly extinct Florida torreya tree~
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) recently purchased a 65-acre addition to Torreya State Park in Jackson County. Torreya State Park is adjacent to the Apalachicola River Florida Forever project, which includes much of Florida’s upland glades natural community, currently not represented on conservation lands, and harbors several globally rare plant species as well as 16 species that occur nowhere else in Florida. More