Amy Werba, at center, marches with others as the Miami Rocklands Preservation Coalition and other groups rally to protest a Walmart and an amusement park planned for protected pine rockland near Zoo Miami in January.
Amy Werba, at center, marches with others as the Miami Rocklands Preservation Coalition and other groups rally to protest a Walmart and an amusement park planned for protected pine rockland near Zoo Miami in January. Al Diaz Miami Herald Staff
Amy Werba, at center, marches with others as the Miami Rocklands Preservation Coalition and other groups rally to protest a Walmart and an amusement park planned for protected pine rockland near Zoo Miami in January. Al Diaz Miami Herald Staff

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