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March 2, 2013

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From → urban planning

  1. captainapten permalink

    Yes! I have been whining about these same issues since graduating from college last year, where I had a very similar experience to what you describe–beautiful, artificial and temporary. Since then I’ve been back in the suburbs and i feel my community fading fast. Help.

    • A huge reason why I’m doing this is to find a way to recapture that beautiful campus feeling, but naturally and sustainably. Right now I’m gathering information, marshalling evidence, and finding people that think like us. Once a critical mass is reached, it will be time to manifest some of these ideas physically.

      Anything you’d like to do to join in that effort would be incredibly welcome.

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