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Spring Forward

By Leslie Perrez, Associate Asla

On a Florida Brownsfield site, Sasaki Rehabilitates and eroded slice of urban wilderness.

There are 38 named lakes in Lakeland, Florida, but as far as Bill TInsley knows, only one freshwater spring. A small seep spring, it bubbles clear, 72-degree water our of Florida’s sandy soils just west of downtown, in a spot where the elevation dips below the water table.

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August 2019 Newsletter

September 10, 2019
August Park Update Now that the storm has passed our construction activity can resume as scheduled. We’re pleased to announce that as of the end…

July 2019 Newsletter

August 2, 2019

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July 24, 2019

Donate

Bonnet Springs Park is a privately developed public park that depends solely on public support. There are several ways that you can help make this dream for Lakeland’s future generations become reality.

Volunteer

There are many ways you can help in the enabling of this magnificent regional park, from one-time to reoccurring volunteer opportunities. Bonnet Springs Park is looking for volunteers, sponsors, patrons, and professional services to help in the design and implementation. 

Donate

Bonnet Springs Park is a privately developed public park that depends solely on public support. There are several ways that you can help make this dream for Lakeland’s future generations become reality.

Volunteer

There are many ways you can help in the enabling of this magnificent regional park, from one-time to reoccurring volunteer opportunities. Bonnet Springs Park is looking for volunteers, sponsors, patrons, and professional services to help in the design and implementation. 

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