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Attention All - Please note that the "Gilchrist County Agriculture Complex" located at 4050 South US. Hwy 129, Bell, Florida may be rented for your event. For more information concerning potential dates and types of events allowed - contact Jason Jones @ (352)...read more
The Floridan aquifer is a portion of the principal artesian aquifer that extends into Florida and is composed of carbonate rock and located beneath the coastal regions of the Southeastern United States and is one of the world's most productive aquifers. It is under...read more
Gilchrist County, Florida’s 67th, was created on December 4, 1925 making it the youngest and smallest county in Florida. It was named for Albert W. Gilchrist, Governor of Florida from 1909 to 1913. It is considered a rural county with less than 17,000 residents. The...read more
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