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Designing Community Infrastructure for Active Living

Designing Community Infrastructure for Active Living by Phil Bors, MPH, Project Officer, Active Living by Design and Sarah Levin Martin, PhD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This presentation was given at the Mid America Tails & Greenway Conference on September 23, 2003.



OrganizationActive Living by Design
Resource TypePresentation
URLhttp://www.activelivingbydesign.org/filead...
LocationNational
Publish DateSeptember 2003
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