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Successful city parks make diverse communities feel safe and welcome − this Minnesota park is an example

By Dan Trudeau, Professor of Geography, Macalester College
What makes a city a good place to live? Practical features are important, such as well-maintained streets, good public transit and reliable trash collection. So are amenities that make cities attractive and interesting, such as museums and public parks. Access to green space is especially valuable for residents who may not be able to travel easily beyond city limits.

On May 22, 2024, the nonprofit Trust for Public Land released its annual ParkScore…The Conversation

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