Edens Lost & Found: How Ordinary Citizens Are Restoring Our Great Cities
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Edens Lost & Found: How Ordinary Citizens Are Restoring Our Great Cities

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With Edens Lost & Found, award-winning filmmakers Harry Wiland and Dale Bell herald an exciting sea change in the relationship between ordinary citizens, environmental groups, and government. From across America they gather evidence of a new spirit of cooperation among neighbors, planners, architects and builders, city officials, and government agencies. Indeed, as urb...more
Paperback, 285 pages
Published September 15th 2006 by Chelsea Green Publishing Company
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Edens Lost and Found: How Ordinary Citizens Are Restoring Our Great American Cities Going to Green: Student Workbook The going to green curriculum: a standards-based, environmental education component to the PBS documentary series, Edens lost & found, for grades 9 - 12

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