Weyerhaeuser Completes Merger with Plum Creek

Here is some good news for all of our Envision Alachua supporters. “Weyerhaeuser is committed to the process and the goals of Envision Alachua, including job creation and environmental conservation. Our team in Gainesville is doing a tremendous job and has engaged the community to plan and achieve a shared vision for east Alachua County.  ...

It’s Time To Speak Up for Envision Alachua

The Alachua County Commission will conduct Public Hearings on February 16 and 18 to consider transmittal of the Envision Alachua Sector Plan to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity for review and comment. The hearings will take place in the Eastside High School Auditorium (1201 S.E. 43rd Street, Gainesville) starting at 5 p.m. This is critical point ...

Concept by Commissioner Hutchinson Doesn’t Address Goals of Envision Alachua

Plum Creek is committed to the vision articulated by the Envision Alachua Task Force. It is a vision that has tremendous conservation value for the entire county, while also addressing the economic needs of East County residents, the greater region and all of our education institutions. The community needs identified by the Task Force include ...

Envision Alachua is an Unprecedented Opportunity

Here is my response to the Jan. 24 Gainesville Sun column by Thomas Hawkins and Steve Robitaille criticizing Plum Creek and Envision Alachua. It is disappointing to see such strong criticism from two usually thoughtful authors without them having first learned the facts. After a five-year process pursued with unprecedented transparency, the Envision Alachua plan that ...

Envision Alachua is Now

We’ve reached several major milestones since launching an initiative to plan for the future use of the land Plum Creek owns in Alachua County. Through Envision Alachua, we implemented an unprecedented community engagement process with an open door for all who wanted a say in the long-term planning for Plum Creek’s 52,745 acres in east County. ...