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Mar. 13, 2012


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Article 2 Sculpture Park Embodies Pioneer Spirit
In 1998, the First National Bank of Omaha reserved two large CBD parking lots for green spaces while creating their new corporate campus. These green spaces became home to a sculpture park that is now the ...
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Article 2 Bay-Friendly Doyle Hollis Park
Doyle Hollis Park was built on a 1.25-acre former industrial site in the city of Emeryville, Calif. in Alameda County. Emeryville is a small city pocketed between Berkeley and Oakland in the San Francisco East Bay area, extending to the shores ...
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Article 2 Centennial Park:
''Embracing the past, shaking hands with the future''

A Rifle, Colo. site once considered an overgrown flood plain has been transformed into the award-winning Centennial Park. It welcomes visitors from around the region and beyond with attractive public ...
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Article 2 Elk Ridge Park Reflects the Colorado Lifestyle
The roots of Alvernia University trace back to 1926 when the Bernardine Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis established a Teacher's Seminarium in Reading, Pennsylvania to educate the Sisters ...
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Article 1 University of South Florida's Ribbon of Green
The completion of the Tampa Riverwalk Master Plan was a milestone in the ongoing efforts to revitalize the downtown Hillsborough River waterfront via a multipurpose walkway from the Channelside area to the North Boulevard Bridge ...
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Article 6 Natural Play Emphasis for Briercrest Park
La Mesa, California (pop. 57,000) is an incorporated city just east of San Diego. The city developed unique public/private partnerships with the Grossmont Health Care District and ...
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Article 1 Splash Pads: A Growing Trend
For several years now, spray park installations have been identified as desired amenities for all types of recreation environments. They have been implemented in municipal parks, community recreation centers, family fun centers ...
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Article 6 Parks Are Not Just Carbon Offsetters
Last month when I wrote about limiting density, almost all of the quoted statistics came from either National Geographic or Scientific American magazines. In one of the issues there was a picture of urban sprawl in Henderson, Nevada ...
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