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Urban Ecology

This Oakland, California-based nonprofit uses urban design, land use planning and policy reform to help communities plan and build healthy, vital neighborhoods. Its website features success stories, tools and resources.



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URLhttp://www.urbanecology.org
LocationCalifornia
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