Save our land, save our towns: a plan for Pennsylvania

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RB Books, Oct 1, 1995 - Social Science - 127 pages
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Pulitzer Prize-winning jounalist Thomas Hylton outlines in a readable style with Seitz's award-winning photography a plan for Pennsylvania - or any state - to preserve farmland and forests, and revive our cities and neighborhoods - as well as lower our cost of living. Winner of National Trust for Historic Preservation award.

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A book that proposed a sound and sustainable plan for Pennsylvania when there was time; we are out of time. Read full review

Contents

Shaping Pennsylvanias Future 6
21
Costs of Sprawl 14
42
Planning for the Future
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Blair Seitz's essays and photos have been published widely in such publications as the New "York" Times Magazine," Time," Newsweek," the Christian Science Monitor," National Geographic Traveler," and Endless Vacations," He is the photographer of more than 20 books, including Philadelphia and its Countryside," Pennsylvania Tapestry: Views from the Air," Pennsylvania's Natural Beauty," and Amish Ways," Blair lives in the outskirts of Philadelphia.

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