The Cascade Agenda -- an Uplands Strategy for Saving Puget Sound

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The Cascade Agenda -- an Uplands Strategy for Saving Puget Sound

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Title: The Cascade Agenda -- an Uplands Strategy for Saving Puget Sound
Author: Stonington, Dan
Abstract: In 2005, Cascade Land Conservancy developed The Cascade Agenda, a bold, long-term vision for conservation and smart growth in the Puget Sound region that brings together business, civic and government leaders to accomplish two big goals: 1. Our Lands: Protect 1 million acres of working forests and farms and 265,000 acres of shorelines, natural areas and parks. 2. Our Communities: Maintain our rural economies and way of life and enhance the vibrancy and livability of our cities and towns. Dan Stonington will speak about the progress being made toward the vision of The Cascade Agenda and how specific strategies relate to efforts to restore Puget Sound.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16395

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