Plans to construct a wildlife rehabilitation and conservation education center in Holley took a big step forward last week as the county issued a development order for property along Clopton Circle.
Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge director Bill Andersen said the order means the organization is one step closer to building a new home to facilitate the rescue, rehabilitation and release of native wildlife in a four-county area.
Read the full article in the Oct. 4 issue of Navarre Press.
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