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Meeting Aims to Make Good Parks Great

This weekend park enthusiasts will get together to talk about ways of making this city's 16-hundred parks even better. And they'll be getting some inspiration from Robert Hammond, who knows firsthand how to make a park reach its full potential. He helped save New York's High Line Park from demolition and turned it into one of the world's greatest public spaces. Robert Hammond joined Here and Now to explain how. Listen audio (runs 6:02)

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