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by amocorro |
September 24, 2020 20:00 |
This question was raised by @CherokeeConcernedCitizens, learn more about their ongoing work in Pascagoula, Mississippi, USA here!
The California Centre for Creative Land Recycling may be able to offer some guidance on this! They help communities living on or near Brownfields and Superfund sites have say in their redevelopment and what happens with these sites.
@DanielleS - thanks for your reply! Do you have a link or contact information for CA Centre for Creative Land Recycling you'd recommend?
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Yes sorry for the delay- here is the link to the Centre for Creative Land Recycling : https://www.cclr.org/
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