Projects are removed from the
State's land acquisition priority list for many reasons. Some have
been acquired completely, while others may have been composed of
lands owned by many different landowners not all of which were
acquired. Others may have been removed because the primary landowner
was unwilling to sell at the price the state was willing to pay.
If property was acquired within a project that was subsequently
removed from the priority list, adjacent properties may qualify for
acquisition as an addition or inholding without being on the
priority list of land acquisition projects. Those adjacent to a
state park, state forest or state wildlife management area may
qualify for acquisition under the Inholding and Additions
programs of DEP's
of Recreation and Parks, DACS'
Forestry, or Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's
Division of Habitat & Species Conservation. Property adjacent to
state-owned land may also qualify for the funding from the Division
of State Lands if it was within the remaining 10% of a project
removed from the list because it was 90% or more complete or if it
is valued at less than $500,000. The list below identifies projects
that have been removed from the list after the state acquired all or
a portion of the project.
Projects listed Alphabetically
Projects listed By County