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As the modern city landscape becomes increasingly crowded and polluted, there is a growing need for green spaces where people can relax and enjoy nature. Wright Green Spaces is a program in the US that seeks to create nature-friendly neighborhoods and improve quality of life for all.

Wright Green Spaces was founded in 2018 by a group of dedicated environmentalists. Their mission is to create sustainable and attractive green spaces in neighborhoods around the country. The program works with local governments, businesses, and organizations to identify areas that could benefit from green spaces and to develop plans for creating them.

The program focuses on creating spaces that are not only beautiful, but also functional. They seek to create green spaces that can be used for recreation, education, and conservation. This includes parks, community gardens, and trails. To ensure that the spaces are accessible to everyone, they also seek to create spaces that are wheelchair friendly and ADA compliant.

Wright Green Spaces works to create communities that are connected to nature. They believe that getting people outside and connecting with nature can have a positive impact on physical and mental health. They also believe that creating green spaces can help to reduce air and noise pollution, as well as helping to reduce the urban heat island effect.

The program has been successful in several areas, creating new green spaces in cities such as Detroit, Chicago, and Los Angeles. They have also partnered with organizations such as the National Park Service and the US Forest Service to create trails that connect green spaces to existing trails and parks.

Wright Green Spaces seeks to create sustainable and attractive green spaces in neighborhoods around the country. By creating nature-friendly spaces, they are helping to improve quality of life for all, while also preserving the environment. If you are interested in learning more about the program and how you can help, please visit Green Spaces: Discovering Nature-Friendly Neighborhoods