Locality: Graham Woods (29.647490, -82.352390)
Graham Woods Conservation Area is 7.5 acres of forested hardwoods that lie east of Flavet Field (Bandshell) and north of Graham Hall. The unnamed creek that runs through these woods drains into Graham Pond through culverts under Graham Hall. The woods are dominated by an upland mixed hardwood forest that grades down to a bottomland / floodplain swamp stream valley, which has been created by a deeply incised creek / ravine that runs southeasterly through the Conservation Area. The primary human use of the woods is as a short-cut between Flavet Field and the main campus. The steep slopes of the ravine and the wetland composition of the bottomland forest limit the development potential of these woods for future building sites. The 2000 – 2010 Campus Master Plan identified Graham Woods as Preservation Area 14.
More information here: https://facilities.ufl.edu/wp-content/uploads/plan/docs/calm/graham_woods/graham_woods.pdf
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