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Partnerships for Parks: Lessons from the Lila Wallace - Reader's Digest Urban Parks Program

The Urban Institute produced this resource to explore the partnerships between public agencies and nonprofit groups in the planning and implementation of park revitalization efforts. Their framework covers four key considerations of public-private partnerships: structure, control, assets and liabilities, and risks. Also included are the advantages of public-private partnerships and emerging issues.



OrganizationUrban Institute
Resource TypeResearch Report
URLwww.urbaninstitute.org/pubs/parks/pfp.pdf
Publish DateApril 1999
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