Helping a dozen New England towns align behind a common vision and shared resources
Virginia Beach’s extensive network of parks has great value and is a major draw for tourists and residents alike. This report defines and measures seven major factors of the parks that are economically beneficial the city.
Initiated in 2007, the Greenprint proposed an implementation strategy for the parks and recreation element of Jefferson Parish’s comprehensive plan.
Maps section of the Wenatchee Watershed Vision Greenprint Report.
Massachusett's Community Preservation Program is about maintaining quality of life in our municipalities by empowering cities and towns to preserve what is important to their individual character. This report provides the kind of information communities need to evaluate alternative futures.
The Trust for Public Land partnered with the Quinault Indian Nation to develop a comprehensive conservation strategy that includes Greenprinting, funding strategies, real estate training, and landowner outreach.
The Trust for Public Land and a technical team of local and state experts developed a GIS-based model that identifies the lands within the Tualatin River watershed most important for conserving water quality—including restoration sites.
The Lake Region Community Greenprint identifies the places most important to quality of life in the Maine towns of Bridgton, Casco, Denmark, Harrison, Naples, Raymond, and Sebago. It highlights features that make the Lake Region a wonderful place to live, work, and play and that will sustain our natural environment and a healthy economy.
The Lower Meramec River Basin was identified as an ideal location for a pilot project to demonstrate how forestland protection and management in watersheds can protect drinking water supplies.
A park deficits and opportunities assessment in Santa Ana, California, the country's eighth-most densely populated city.