As a meeting place - of earth and water, city and suburb, culture and ecology - the Alewife Reservation and Alewife Brook Parkway play an important role in the lives of people and other animals alike. The area is rich with physical and symbolic connections: hydrologic connections link wetlands, rivers, floodplains, and neighborhoods; restored and protected ecosystems link wildlife habitats and thus stain biodiversity; a network of trails and paths connects people to each other, to a significant historic legacy, and to the wilder, natural world which is the home for many animals
Alewife Master Plan
Cover file size 1MB
Introduction file size 8MB
Findings and Recommendations file size 49MB
Implementation file size 4MB
Related Projects and Recommendations file size 5MB
Epilogue file size 1MB
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