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A large portion of the park's acreage is forest.
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Racine County officials also disclosed on Wednesday that Foxconn plans to acquire more than twice that acreage for future development, creating a far larger footprint over time.
Garcetti has described the fire as the biggest in the history of the city in terms of sheer acreage, but that has come under dispute by the media.
Total acreage available for farming fell 4 percent over the 23 years reviewed, as mining and expanding municipalities took over agricultural land, according to economist Johann Bornman, who conducted the audit for the lobbying group.
Nearly half the large fires in the west reported zero acreage gains on Monday, helping firefighters across the west make progress towards containing them, the agency said.
Premier had sued, and a judge agreed that use of the city’s acreage should be competitively bid.
In January, The Crown Estate, which manages the UK seabed (and has leased the necessary acreage to Statoil for Hywind Scotland) released a report saying that the cost of offshore wind had come down 34 percent in the last four years.
During that same time, land planted to barbera in Amador County has grown from 174 acres to 208 acres, while acreage in neighboring El Dorado County has risen from 92 acres to 109 acres.
Mexico’s Defense Ministry says plantings have doubled over the past year, often tucked among the heavily wooded slopes and deep canyons of the mountains that run along the country’s Pacific coast, with Guerrero accounting for half the poppy acreage.
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