The Best & Worst U.S. Cities for Parks

The Best & Worst U.S. Cities for Parks

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Tara Bellucci
Jun 18, 2013

Minnesotans are pretty green: Minneapolis tops The Trust for Public Land's ParkScore 2013 rankings. The land conservation non-profit ranks New York in the second spot, with Boston, San Francisco, and Sacramento tied for third. The worst cities for park land are Indianapolis, Louisville, and Fresno. 

In other news, impressive architecture is built from 4,000 decks of cards, and the Digg Reader debuts next week. See the headlines after the jump.

• The U.S. Cities With The Best Parks | Co.Exist
• 4,000 Decks of Cards Form This Jaw-Dropping Architecture | Curbed
• Digg Reader Will Be Available To Everyone June 26 | Fast Company

(Image: via Co.Exist)

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