Lone Praire: One suburb's costly redevelopment lesson
Tags: LAND use
- Ethiopian landscapes. Stevens, D. // Commonweal;11/20/87, Vol. 114 Issue 20, p652
Description of watershed management projects. When thin soil can't hold crops the people are given food as payment to plant trees, build dikes and hillside terraces--anything that will renew and stabilize the soil. Ethiopia is vulnerable to famine. Grouping farmers (at their own expense) has...
- Dallas. Wallach, B. // Focus;Spring89, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p22
Examines the stages of growth in the city of Dallas. Contrasts urban development with efforts of the Nature Conservancy to preserve several hundred acres of blackland prairie. Recent plans to soften the harsh city environment.
- Singapore's land rated most expensive. // Hotel & Motel Management;05/19/97, Vol. 212 Issue 9, p58
Presents the result of land price study conducted by Japan's government. The most expensive city in terms of commercial land.
- Resolutions & recommendations/action: Land use. // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);12/19/94, Vol. 41 Issue 51, p14
Reports on plans introduced by Long Island (LI), N.Y. planning agencies in the field of land utilization along with appropriate actions taken. Includes Bi-County Tax Relief Commission, LI Regional Planning Board and LI Association proposals for diversification of Pine Barrens watershed area;...
- NYS Department of Transportation. // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);4/3/95, Vol. 42 Issue 14, p1
Presents a photograph of a two-acre storage site at the northwest intersection of the Long Island Expressway exit 49S and Route 110 in the state of New York.
- Land grab. Morrison, J.; Zipser, A. // Mother Jones;Nov87, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p34
A land dispute in Arizona has meant heartache for Navajo and Hopi Indians. But for a New Mexico developer who outsmarted the US Bureau of Land Management, it's meant a chance to make millions. INSET: The Navajo relocation program.;Public land, private gain..
- Lake Chelan Development Suit Thrown Out. // National Parks;Jan/Feb86, Vol. 60 Issue 1/2, p39
No abstract available.
- Land wars. Platt, S. // New Statesman & Society;5/10/91, Vol. 4 Issue 150, p23
Questions why Britain doesn't have a general right of access to uncultivated land. Comparisons to other European countries; Peak District national park; The Rambler's Association and their requests; Other examples; Pressure to open up Britain's 140,000 miles of public footpaths; Labour Party...
- Wrangling for change on the range. Drew, L. // National Wildlife;Feb/Mar92, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p46
Discusses the conflict between cattle ranchers and conservationists over how grazing is continuing on public lands. How grazing on wildlife refuges began; Some ranchers' efforts to use land carefully; Damage of waterways; Ranchers' claims of attacks from government agencies; Forest Service's...