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Bringing Nature Back to the Urban Core
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12 February 2019
On 12 February 2019 The New York Times reported:
Our [New York Times] photographers set out to explore three cities that are seeking to restore their connection to nature by reclaiming land for green space. The opening of the High Line in Manhattan in 2009 brought national attention to the idea of reclaiming underused space for parks. Its success led to the development of a network of projects across the country, including an elevated park in Philadelphia, a deck spanning a freeway in Dallas, and a multiuse trail around downtown Atlanta.
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