Seven Habits Of A Highly Effective Park System

With this report Harnik has expanded data collection to 55 cities and has expanded the measures of park-system quality to include what he calls the 'seven habits of a highly effective park system.'
June 3, 2003, 9am PDT | Chris Steins | @urbaninsight
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In 1997, TPL researcher Peter Harnik began collecting and publishing data on the nation's park systems. With this report Harnik has expanded data collection to 55 cities and has expanded the measures of park-system quality to include what he calls the "seven habits of a highly effective park system." The 48-page report also provides examples of exceptional practices in the cities studied. The 48-page report also provides examples of exceptional practices in the cities studied.

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Published on Monday, June 2, 2003 in The Trust for Public Land
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