Promoting open space and land conservation

Schwartz, Allyson
September 2007
Hill;9/27/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 112, p26
The article discusses the importance in preserving open spaces in the U.S. The country houses many of the world's most beautiful natural resources including open spaces and it shows that open space development increases every year. Open spaces such as farms, parks and forests are considered trademark of the country that bolster property values and increases tourism. Because of its significance, the legislative bodies did their share in providing incentives to conserve open spaces.


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