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Examples of this pattern in action:


For watershed organizing and restoration, the Mattole Restoration Council of Northern California stands out as a pioneering model. In this classic article of bioregional literature, Freeman House, one of the initiators of the Mattole effort, details the Council's history and broader lessons drawn from that experience. This article appeared in Whole Earth Review, Spring 1990.

I-90 Ocean to Mountain Corridor
The Greenway Education Program focuses on the challenge of sustaining a healthy, natural environment in balance with the needs of a growing population. A key element of the Greenway plan is preserving forests along the Interstate 90 corridor in Washington State.


A greenbelt of wilderness and parkland from Goldstream Park to the Sooke Basin. One of the links is a small property between Ayum Creek and the Galloping Goose trail. Sea-to-Sea Green/Blue Belt Alliance (a new coalition of seven local conservation organizations).


Organizations whose work incorporate this pattern:

American Wildlands


References:

Hudson, W.E. Landscape Linkages and Biodiversity. Island Press. Washington, DC. 1991.

Little, C.E. Greenways for America. John Hopkins University Press. Baltimore, MD. 1990.

Smith, Daniel S and Paul Cawood Hellmund, eds.. Ecology of Greenways: Design and Function of Linear Conservation Areas. University of Minnesota Press. Minneapolis, MN. 1993.


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A Conservation Economy

Social Capital

Fundamental Needs

Subsistence Rights

Shelter For All

Health

Access To Knowledge

Community

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Cultural Diversity

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Sense Of Place

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Waste As Resource

Product As Service

Local Economies

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Local Assets

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Fair Trade

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