Developing New England: the war of the 80s

Clark, E.
May 1988
Yankee;May88, Vol. 52 Issue 5, p90
As the opposition to unchecked land development grows and the battles rage throughout New England, people are devising ingenious ways to save their open land. Four examples: three farms and a bog. INSET: Successful land trusts.;The land trust maze..


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