Open Space: Its Use and Preservation
Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1968 - Agriculture - 19 pages
In an increasingly urbanizing world, the multiple benefits of open space are becoming more important. Yet, despite this importance and many people's recognition of it, efforts to preserve land in open-space uses often fail. Tow main reasons for this are misuse or lack of understanding of the term "open space" and choice of the wrong method for keeping land open.
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