City of Chiefland, Florida

South of the present city and at Manatee Springs, the Timucua people established a village.  The area's economy was primarily based on agriculture, but also featured ranching, dairy, lumber, and aquaculture. Today, it is home to one elementary school, one middle school, and one high school. Chiefland provides its residents with a safe and stable community and fosters a sense of safety.

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Their first vineyard was planted in 1985 and has been the home of various different grapes such as the muscadine and fruit muscadines the have since been phased out. Also, the home of a wildlife refuge of ducks that may stay or go back to the wild after they are done nesting.