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This guide explores whether urban wood can be the conduit to help solve a complex landscape of social, economic, and environmental problems in Baltimore. Just as important, it addresses how this model might be replicated in other cities to: support the US wood-processing and manufacturing industries; serve as a prototype to attract much-needed private investment and economic development to communities in need; enable ecological restoration; create livelihoods and improve lives; serve as a model for creating a circular, self-reinforcing economy in urban areas

Sarah Hines, Neha Srinivasan, Lauren Marshall, and Morgan Grove


University of Michigan, 2019

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