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Making Places for Healthy Kids: An environmental scan of places designed for children to be active

This report, produced by the Active Living Network, examines eight efforts to make changes to the built environment that create opportunities for children to be more physically active in their daily lives, such as completing sidewalks for safe routes to school, building parks conducive to children’s play and planting urban gardens to promote regular exercise and healthy eating.

OrganizationActive Living Network
Resource TypeCase Study
Publish DateFebruary 2005

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