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Lenox Open Space and Recreation Plan By Renee LaGue et al.
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The Lenox community desires to maintain its small-town feel,pastoral views, and ecological richness. Lenox’s 2013 Open Space and Recreation Plan works to realize the town’s collective... More > vision by setting goals to preserve and improve water resources such as Laurel Lake, protect rare species like the Jefferson Salamander and the Bald Eagle. It also works to create a comprehensive trail map including paths in Kennedy Park, Woods Pond, and other Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, connecting people to a variety of recreation spaces such as the Housatonic River and New Lenox with additional trails and sidewalks. Achieving these goals will enhance, protect, and connect Lenox’s precious resources for the future.< Less
Finding a Balance: A Management Plan for Conservation & Recreation By Anna K. M. Best et al.
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By implementing a management plan for conservation and recreation for three of its natural areas—Bates Lane Conservation Area, Crosbie Family Preserve, and Appleton Fields Farm—the Town... More > of Scituate, Massachusetts, can shift those properties toward stronger ecological resilience, provide enhanced visitor experiences, and offer recreational opportunities. These three areas are already beautiful places, but their future ecological health and usefulness will depend on continued stewardship and community commitment.< Less
Charity Farm Lot Recreation & Conservation Plan By John C. Lepore, Sustainable Landscape Designer
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John Lepore, in his Charity Farm Lot Recreation and Conservation Plan, has used a remarkable process that takes the reader into the heart of this 80-acre parcel and helps develop an understanding of... More > one of the crown jewels of the Town of Bernardston, Massachusetts. This thorough and entertaining evaluation of a historical New England landscape uses tools often reserved for large scale evaluations in combination with simple, exquisite graphics, and a strong component of field work in reading the landscape that help to tell the story of this quiet piece of land. < Less
Re/Creating Tampa By David Davisson
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101 ideas for making the city of Tampa a better place. From the whimsical to the practical this collection offers up a vision for a 21st century community.
Re/Creating Tampa By David Davisson
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101 ideas for making the city of Tampa a better place. From the whimsical to the practical this collection offers up a vision for a 21st century community.
Concord Open Space and Recreation Plan, Draft Update 2013 By Kate Cairoli et al.
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“Each town should have a park, or rather a primitive forest, of 500 or a thousand acres, where a stick should never be cut for fuel, a common possession forever, for instruction and... More > recreation.” These words spoken by Henry David Thoreau, the great naturalist born and raised in Concord in the mid-nineteenth century, are early evidence of the strong conservation and preservation tendencies that have characterized town planning since the early 1960’s. In the face of development pressures, the Town and its citizens have consistently placed a high priority on protecting the integrity of the abundant natural resources of the region. To this end, this plan builds on earlier open space plans, further developing the innovative Open Space Framework introduced in 1992 by adapting it to today’s changing landscape and resource protection needs. By continuing this strong tradition of open space planning these resources can be improved, protected, and enjoyed by all Concordians well into the future.< Less
Career Success Secrets for RECREATIONAL THERAPISTS By Imtiaz Syed
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Recreational Therapists Plan, direct, or coordinate medically-approved recreation programs for patients in hospitals, nursing homes, or other institutions. Activities include sports, trips,... More > dramatics, social activities, and arts and crafts. May assess a patient condition and recommend appropriate recreational activity. Sample of reported job titles: Recreation Therapist, Recreational Therapist, Activity Director, Rehabilitation Therapist, Activity Assistant, Therapeutic Recreation Specialist, Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS), Activity Coordinator, Music Therapist (Rehabilitation), Activities Director< Less
Re-Created Paintings in Space By Robert S. Lee et al.
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Robert Lee began to reflect upon a revolving two-dimensional mental image. Starting with an imaginary plane, he began to manipulate and rotate it in his mind. He mentally stretched, torqued,... More > expanded, and squeezed the two-dimensional plane until a three-dimensional form developed. Calculus acted as a sort of catalyst in his thought process as he developed a concept for re-created paintings. In fact, integration can be used to find the areas of plane regions with [f(x) – g(x)] dx, and the volumes of solids of revolution and volumes by slicing based on the formula A(x) dx. So he took this notion of revolving two-dimensional planes and he thought of a plan to make tangible images. The result was beautiful holistic paintings in monochromes.< Less
Re-Created Paintings in Space By Robert S. Lee & Robert S. Lee
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Robert Lee began to reflect upon a revolving two-dimensional mental image. Starting with an imaginary plane, he began to manipulate and rotate it in his mind. He mentally stretched, torqued,... More > expanded, and squeezed the two-dimensional plane until a three-dimensional form developed. Calculus acted as a sort of catalyst in his thought process as he developed a concept for re-created paintings. In fact, integration can be used to find the areas of plane regions with [f(x) – g(x)] dx, and the volumes of solids of revolution and volumes by slicing based on the formula A(x) dx. So he took this notion of revolving two-dimensional planes and he thought of a plan to make tangible images. The result was beautiful holistic paintings in monochromes.< Less
Re-Created Paintings in Space By Robert S. Lee & Robert S. Lee
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Robert Lee began to reflect upon a revolving two-dimensional mental image. Starting with an imaginary plane, he began to manipulate and rotate it in his mind. He mentally stretched, torqued,... More > expanded, and squeezed the two-dimensional plane until a three-dimensional form developed. Calculus acted as a sort of catalyst in his thought process as he developed a concept for re-created paintings. In fact, integration can be used to find the areas of plane regions with [f(x) – g(x)] dx, and the volumes of solids of revolution and volumes by slicing based on the formula A(x) dx. So he took this notion of revolving two-dimensional planes and he thought of a plan to make tangible images. The result was beautiful holistic paintings in monochromes.< Less

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