Droughts, global warming and rising infrastructure costs have brought new attention to water as both an urban planning and an environmental issue. This volume presents many best-practice case studies to show how cities and towns throughout the United States are restoring their wetlands, watersheds, rivers, beaches, and harbors even as rapid urbanization has put more stress on water supplies. These collected accounts are designed to educate citizens and public officials about water-related issues and future concerns. Regional and national resource directories are included.A Handbook for Planning Roger L. Kemp ... Originally published as aFreedom Park Stream Restoration Project Repair, a Land and Water, Vol. 50, No. 6, November/December 2006. Published by Land and Water, Inc., www. landandwater.com, Fort Dodge, IA. ... The EEP-funded project was one of the largest of its kind in the state, placing more than 1, 500 linear feet of stream on a new ... In 2003 a restoration of Little Sugar Creek that passes through Freedom Park was commissioned.
|Title||:||Cities and Water|
|Author||:||Roger L. Kemp|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2008-12-12|