Rabb Hall was packed and the excitement was palpable-- evidence that greenways and open spaces are valuable assets that help us all connect and thrive. Together we can work to advocate for more creative, inclusive, and integrated solutions that prioritize access to "breathing room".
More than 200 people enjoyed an engaging evening and lively discussion at our StreetTalk "Olmsted for the 21st Century: Creating Urban Change" at the Boston Public Library on Thursday, May 31. This StreetTalk focused on the work of our Emerald Network initiative, a vision to connect 200 miles of seamless greenway paths across Metro Boston.
A special thanks to the Boston Public Library and Norman B. Leventhal Map & Education Center, and to our panelists Alice Brown, Tamika Francis, Alex Krieger, Jessica Robertson, and Matt Kiefer.
This StreetTalk was a part of the Leventhal Map Center's ongoing exhibit, Breathing Room: Mapping Boston's Green Spaces, which runs through September 30, 2018.
The exhibition is free and open to the public during library hours. Visit the Leventhal Map Center website to learn more.
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