The Concern

The sale of the 101-year-old course to a development group, a purchase completed in late December, worries neighbors, golfers and those wanting to preserve Garden City's largest piece of open space.

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More Than Golf

Once home to an amusement park, Plantation's 118 acres provide a haven for wildlife -- eagles, ospreys, cranes and deer -- and in high water runoff years, a check on Boise River flooding, giving excess flow a place to go.

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Learn the Latest

See the blog for an update of where things stand with the developer's purchase of the course, the proposed Open Land ordinance and everything else going on with Plantation and our effort to Keep Garden City Green.

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The Issue Is Real

The fate of a historic and cultural resource should concern everyone interested in our community's heritage, the environment and, perhaps, the century of beauty we've taken for granted. Will Gustafson, a developer based in Southern California, has stated plans for commercial and residential development that could forever alter this community resource.

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