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Trenton, Florida: Where Community and Nature Meet
 
Trenton, Florida is a rural town located in Gilchrist County. Home to approximately 2,000 residents, Trenton boasts a thriving agricultural community with an abundance of beauty and charm. Each year, Trenton hosts the Suwannee Valley Quilt Festival, an event that draws hundreds of visitors each year. Trenton is the hometown of Easton Corbin, a popular country music singer. The town of Trenton offers residents and visitors a safe and charming environment for work and play.
 
Community
 
The community of Trenton is small but vibrant. As a town, Trenton is close knit and family oriented. The annual Suwannee Valley Quilt Festival is one of the town’s most popular events and offers visitors the opportunity to experience hundreds of hand-made quilts, demonstrations, crafts, antiques, live music, and great food. When the festival is not in operation, Trenton maintains a local quilt museum that houses hundreds of intricate quilts obtained from well-known fabric artists.
 
Trenton’s schools are rated highly by the Florida Department of Education. Trenton has two local secondary schools include: Trenton Elementary School and Trenton Middle High School and Trenton High School. Trenton is a great place to experience Friday night lights with Trenton’s High School football! Those wishing to pursue a post-secondary education will find that Santa Fe College offers scholars unique learning experiences.  Students attending Santa Fe College have the option of pursuing an associate’s degree or a bachelor’s degree.
 
Nature
 
As a rural town, Trenton is close to Florida’s natural wonders. The town hosts Nature Coast Rails to Trails which offers active adults and children over forty miles of hiking trails and pristine views of Florida’s natural beauty including a picturesque crossing of the Suwannee River. Whether touring these trails on foot, bike, or horse, the Nature Coast Rails to Trails network provides visitors with numerous opportunities to experience Florida’s natural environment.
 
Trenton is also home to Hart Springs and Otter Springs which are protected state facilities offering visitors a glimpse into Florida’s natural water resources and crystal clear springs. Maintained by Suwannee River Water Management, Trenton’s waters are well cared for and offer residents a great place to play and enjoy nature.
 
Agriculture
 
Trenton is a rural town rich in agriculture. Farming is a major source of income for local residents. Local farmers specialize in growing peanuts and corn, which are sold nationally to large suppliers as well as locally in farmer’s markets. Trenton dairy farms produce quality dairy products that are also sold locally and nationally. Agriculture is the area’s largest industry and, as a result, Trenton schools incorporate agricultural education into the curriculum.

 

 

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