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Tenn.: Proposed South Cumberland State Park expansion

(Feb. 7, 2017) — The Friends of South Cumberland State Park group has worked for decades to snatch up land that helps preserve the history of the southern Cumberland Plateau and showcase the area's stunning views, Times Free Press reported.

BEERSHEBA SPRINGS, Tenn. — The Friends of South Cumberland State Park group has worked for decades to snatch up land that helps preserve the history of the southern Cumberland Plateau and showcase the area’s stunning views, Times Free Press reported.

Along Highway 56 in a quiet Grundy County community, the group is adding a new element to its mission.

Plans to develop a 700-acre parcel along the highway in Beersheba Springs signify the group’s biggest foray yet into economic development.

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