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A path for the Palouse: an example of conservation and recreation planning



A path for the Palouse: an example of conservation and recreation planning



Landscape and Urban Planning 17(1): 1-19



A case study of conservation and recreation planning is presented of the Palouse area of Washington/Idaho, USA. As a means to improve the conservation of farmlands, increase recreation opportunities, encourage quality economic development and reduce traffic hazards, a multi-purpose path is proposed. The path would physically link the small university cities of Pullman, Washington, and Moscow, Idaho.

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DOI: 10.1016/0169-2046(89)90063-7


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