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Frogtown as a model for innovative vacant land management: Health, economic, and ecological effects of improving access to parks

Author: 
Priestly, Kevin

Frogtown Green is a resident-led advocacy group that protects and maintains neighborhood green spaces as well as promotes sustainable, healthy, and creative development with-in District 7. By creating and protecting Frogtown’s green spaces Frogtown Green gives the community a unique opportunity to emerge from its dire economic circumstances and to re-build itself as a lively and sustainable community. This project will report on alternative and sustainable uses of vacant land in Frogtown that will bring a boost to the community. A student researcher will need to (1) collect data specifically relating to the Frogtown population, (2) produce a final report that recommends sites for future parks and green space locations, as well as appropriate and adequate amenities for those places.

Journal: 
KNCBR
Publication date: 
2015
Publisher: 
Unpublished
Sponsor: 
Conducted on behalf of Frogtown Green. Supported by the Kris Nelson Community-Based Research Program, a program of the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) at the University of Minnesota.
Pages: 
57
Online availability
CURA call number: 
KNCBR-1401

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