Posted by: Sandy Steinman | April 2, 2020

Park Closures Aren’t Fair – But There’s No Easy Alternative 

Bay Nature reports on the disparity of access to parks

As the statewide shelter-in-place order approaches its third week, it’s becoming increasingly clear that the decision to curtail access to open space is falling most heavily on low-income, densely populated urban communities with scant access to open space. Residents in wealthy hamlets around the region can still travel by foot or bike and access to millions of acres of open space.

Read full story Park Closures Aren’t Fair – But There’s No Easy Alternative – Bay Nature


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