RPA Releases Report Describing Regional Efforts for Land Conservation

The area between Maine and West Virginia comprises one of the largest mega regions in the world. As our communities become evermore intertwined we need to balance local and regional needs in our decision-making processes. Demographers expect the region will grow by an additional 15 million people over the next 30 years, a regional, multi-jurisdictional approach to protect land and water. The RPA just released a report describing a process called Landscape Preservation, covering areas that cross local, county and state lines. The report titled "Landscapes: Improving Conservation Practices in the Northeast Region" includes numerous successful case studies and policy recommendations that can be used as a template to future initiatives. To read the full report please click here.

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