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Complete and compact neighborhoods

Here are a couple related items that demonstrate the great work being done by Sightline Institute (formerly Northwest Environment Watch), a Seattle-based think tank founded in 1993 by Alan Durning. First, from Sightline’s “Daily Score” blog, a post about new research that shows kids grow up healthier in walkable neighborhoods.That item links to this item from Sightline’s sustainability toolkit, “Build Complete, Compact Communities:”Growing in well-planned neighborhoods improves our health and economy, saves our time and farmland, strengthens our communities, and conserves our natural areas. Poorly planned growth wastes all those things.Building complete, compact communities—the opposite of poorly planned sprawl—yields ... Read more

More Opsis Architecture Picnic Photos

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