Boundary Study Public Meeting
Contact: Mary Beth Wester, 912-638-3639
The National Park Service is currently conducting a boundary expansion study for Fort Frederica National Monument. The purpose of this boundary study is to determine new properties that could be added to Fort Frederica to protect their archeological, cultural and natural resources. Initially, the National Park Service is looking at five properties totaling approximately 175 acres. The St. Simons Land Trust is working in partnership with the National Park Service to preserve these lands for conservation purposes.
On Thursday, June 26, the National Park Service invites all interested individuals, groups, park neighbors, organizations, agencies, and public officials to public information sessions to discuss the boundary expansion proposal. Questions and comments are highly encouraged as we seek feedback on this process. The Open House will take place at the Fort Frederica National Monument Visitor Center from 3 to 7 p.m. Each hour there will a poster presentation discussing the proposed properties. Interested parties are welcome at any time during the Open House hours.
As alternative concepts are formulated for the boundary expansion, they will be posted on the Internet. For future reference you can view the Boundary Expansion website for Fort Frederica by using your web browser to go to the following web address: http://planning.nps.gov/. Then type the words “Fort Frederica” in the search bar at the top of the page and you will be taken to the Boundary Expansion Study website.
Did You Know?
More than half the total acreage of Fort Frederica National Monument is marshland. In 18th century Georgia, people refered to marshy areas as "savannahs". Fort Frederica National Monument, Georgia