Parks and the Health of Great Cities
Original post made by Resident on Sep 10, 2008
As our touchstone for the urban parks movement, Frederick Law Olmsted's grasp of the intertwining of the designed landscape with human health, scenic beauty, civic development, and social equity
continues to inspire best practices for parks.
How will we manage our parks in the face of global warming, and how can today's best science shape management decisions?
Palo Alto needs open space, not more housing developments.
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