When asked whether he supports buying more land for conservation, Ag Commissioner Adam Putnam said the state needs to do a better job of managing the land it has. Photo Credit: Ana Goni-Lessan
Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam on Tuesday urged the state to review which agencies are managing particular tracts of state land and he expressed concerns about spending more money on buying conservation land.
Putnam's comments came during and after a presentation to the Cabinet which he requested on management of Florida's 5.4 million acres of state land.
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