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    A hub for information pertaining to agriculture law. Contains links to agricultural law journals and law databases. Some sources require a Drake University student ID to access.

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    A number of resources from the American Planning Association (APA) can be found here. From the APA Iowa Chapter and APA National, resources range from training and educational opportunities to resource links and membership information.

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    Climate Action Plan aims to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions and prepare for climate change by adjusting to its impacts. The EPA Website provides a number of models for climate action planning.

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    From the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - The Local Government Climate and Energy Strategy Series gives an overview of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction strategies that local governments can use.

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    The National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) website provides information about grants, education opportunities, and links to parks and recreation publications.

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    The National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) website provides information on how to nominate a historic place, a historic places database, guidelines for evaluating historic places, and more.

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    Silos and Smokestacks National Heritage Area preserves and tells the story of American agriculture and its global significance through partnerships and activities that celebrate the land, people, and communities of the area.

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    The President’s Climate Action Plan aims to develop steps to assist the United States and the world slow the effects of climate change so that leave a stable environment for future generations.    

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    Report from Transportation for America that includes 12 case studies on transit in rural areas and small towns.

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    Walkscore.com is a website that rates the “walkability” of any neighborhood.