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greenprint
 n.— «The Greenprint is a joint effort of the Trust for Public and the Cornwall-based Housatonic Valley Association, which, according to HVA’s Web site “are working together to initiate a community-based mapping, networking and land conservation process in the Housatonic River watershed in Litchfield County. This process—called greenprinting—seeks to inventory protected open space across the area, and in partnership with local land trusts and government, identify new ways to finance and protect land.”» —“Tim Abbott Talks the Talk” by Laurel Tuohy Litchfield County Times (Connecticut) July 5, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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