"The Mannahatta Project, as it's called (after the Lenape people's name for "island of many hills"), is an effort to turn back the clock to the afternoon of September 12, 1609, just before Henry Hudson and his crew sailed into New York Harbor and spotted the island. If people today could picture what a natural wonder Hudson had looked upon, [...] maybe they'd fight harder to preserve other wild places."What I'm especially interested in is blending both -- having a vibrant, vital city full of gardens, greenscrapers, roofgardens, widewalks, greenways, etc. Imagine morphing together the top and bottom pix...
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