This resource guide contains valuable information that details a number of options for utilizing vacant land for urban agriculture, stormwater retention, and neighborhood beuatification. While focused on Cleveland, the lessons can apply to any urban center with under-utilized property. Contains both information and case studies of local heroes and their innovative approches to improving food access, neighborhood beautification, and ecological services.
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Re-Imagining Cleveland- Ideas to Action Resource BookDownload ReimaginingIdeasToAction_ResourceBook.pdf (1.62 MB PDF)
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