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Jonesboro Parks & Rec to Hold Conservatory Study Meeting

JONESBORO, AR - The city of Jonesboro Parks and Recreation Dept. will hold an informational meeting on Friday (July 25) at the Forest L. Wood Crowley's Ridge Nature Center (600 East Lawson Rd.) from noon until 1:30 p.m.

The purpose of the meeting is to present results of a conservation study that was conducted by the city, Arkansas State University and the Nature Converancy.  The study used geographical information system to prioritize parcels of land for conservation and recreation.

According to Parks & Rec, "the study is the most scientific method seen for planning park and natural space for Jonesboro.  It is the Parks Department's hope that this information can be used by the City planning department in its land use plan."

Members of City Hall and the City Council have been invited to the meeting, as well as the Forestry Council, MAPC, and mayoral candidates.

 

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