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Growing Greener

  • Subject: [cg] Growing Greener
  • From: Laura Berman <laura@foodshare.net>
  • Date: Wed, 30 May 2001 09:56:25 -0400

For those of you involved in urban planning issues:

Growing Greener Ordinance Language:
Visually Enhanced Zoning and Subdivision Models

Island Press recently published an interactive CD-ROM that
provides an enhanced, visually interactive version of the model
zoning and subdivision ordinances that appear in an appendix to
the book "Growing Greener: Putting Conservation into Local Plans
and Ordinances" by Randall Arendt (Island Press, 1999).  Included
are more than 50 commentary images and short video clips that
illustrate the model ordinances and help explain and clarify the
available options.  Also included are text files that users can copy
and, working with local land-use attorneys, adapt to fit local
conditions in their communities.

Order online ($25) at <http://www.islandpress.org/>.

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