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'The woods next door': U.S. community forests take root
by Carey L. Biron
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
23 November 2021
On 23 November 2021 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
The U.S. is seeing a growing trend in green spaces governed by local residents, bringing conservation, educational benefits, and income to urban and rural communities. ... Forests owned by counties and towns in certain parts of the country have played vital roles for years, [Shelby Semmes, a director with the nonprofit Trust for Public Land] said, but the idea started gathering steam when the U.S. Forest Service program launched its community forest grants in 2012.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of science and business, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
... The movement could soon get another boost with the major 'Build Back Better' package under discussion in Congress, which includes $100 million for acquisitions of urban and community forests.
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