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Michael Spillane

Conserving New England's forest legacy

By Michael Spillane
June 18, 2006

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WITH A RISING tide of big box stores and vast developments transforming even rural corners of New England, it has never been more evident that our open spaces and quality of life are at extreme risk from sprawl. We must consider conservation of our working lands and open spaces as an investment not only in our region's natural-resource security and ... (Full article: 693 words)

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