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Brownfields Success Stories in EPA's Pacific Southwest

Parks, playgrounds, trails, community gardens, natural habitats and open land can provide aesthetic, recreational and quality-of-life advantages that complement or even surpass economic benefits. With effective planning, brownfields can be converted into open greens-paces to benefit human health and the environment.

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