Greenways for America

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JHU Press, 1995 - Architecture - 237 pages
A description of the citizen-led effort to get Americans out of their cars and into the landscape via greenways - linear open spaces that preserve and restore nature in cities, suburbs and rural areas. These can link parks and open spaces and provide corridors for wildlife migration.
 

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Contents

Greenways for America
3
Rivers through the City
81
Natures Corridors
105
Scenic Drives and Historic Routes 17
117
Networks of Green
129
Part II
137
The Practical Matters
179
The Greenway Imperative 199
205
Principal Sources 209 rces 00
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