Posted Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Housing and retail developments have sprawled throughout our region in the last few decades, gobbling up open space. But preserving undeveloped land is important, too. We'll talk with leaders of several land conservation organizations in Northeast Ohio working to grow public parks, maintain natural habitats and preserve farm land. A conversation about how preservation works, who pays for it and why it's important to the region, Wednesday at 9 on 90.3.
Jim Rokakis, Director, Thriving Communities Institute, Western Reserve Land Conservancy
Rich Cochran, President, Western Reserve Land Conservancy
Bill Carroll, Ohio State Director, Trust for Public Land
Bill Stanley, Director of Conservation, The Nature Conservancy in Ohio
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