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    • City of Turner Parks Master Plan 

      University of Oregon. Dept. of Planning, Public Policy and Management. Community Planning Workshop; Ackerson, Kristopher; Chu, Pauline; Nunez, Tina; Steiner, Bethany; Parker, Robert (University of Oregon, 2005-04)
      The City of Turner’s updated Comprehensive Plan (2001) recommended that the city prepare and adopt a long-range parks master plan to guide decisions related to development and management of the city’s park system.
    • City of Turner parks master plan 

      University of Oregon. Dept. of Planning, Public Policy and Management. Community Planning Workshop; Ackerson, Kristopher; Chu, Pauline; Nunez, Tina; Johnson, Bethany; Parker, Robert (City of Turner (Or.), 2005-04)
    • A GIS Approach to Evaluating Streetscape and Neighborhood Walkability 

      Ackerson, Kristopher (2005-09-02)
      The purpose of this project is three-fold: 1) to evaluate neighborhood walkability near middle schools in terms of infrastructure amenities that enhance pedestrian safety; 2) to evaluate walkability using streetscape ...
    • Jackson County parks system master plan 

      University of Oregon. Dept. of Planning, Public Policy and Management. Community Planning Workshop; Reesor, David; Ackerson, Kristopher; Cook, Keavy; Stevens, Robert; Johnson, Elizabeth; Rossetter, Sandra; Parker, Robert (Jackson County (Or.), 2004-07)
    • Klickitat County shoreline master plan analysis 

      University of Oregon. Dept. of Planning, Public Policy and Management. Community Planning Workshop; Lake, Adam; Neff, Jessica; Rasmussen, Kitty; Sanghavi, Swati; Ackerson, Kristopher; Parker, Robert (Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation, Washington, 2005-07)
    • Status and trends of the arts and crafts business sectors in Benton, Lane, Linn, and Lincoln Counties: an analysis of survey data 

      LeVan, Shanda; Ackerson, Kristopher (Program for Watershed and Community Health, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon, 2004-02-19)
      In the winter of 2003 the University of Oregon Program for Watershed and Community Health completed an assessment of the local arts and craft sectors at the request of the Oregon Council for Business Education. The goal ...