The latest in urban planning, placemaking and citizen action:

  • New Amsterdam Market to host a fundraiser benefiting the creation of a year round indoor market near South Street Seaport. [New Amsterdam Market]
  • Slow Food USA gives a shout out to PPS’ Public Markets Conference. [Slow Food USA]
  • Tucson plans to layoff 30 planning employees, under pressure to make budget cuts. [Tucson Citizen]
  • California forced to make drastic cuts, closing popular parks like Pfeiffer Big Sur. [Wall Street Journal]
  • Northwest farmers say public markets are number one source of income – not restaurants. [North West News]
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