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In a nationwide survey, residents of revitalizing neighborhood business districts indicated that they would be willing to travel farther, visit more often, stay longer, and pay more for parking when visiting retail places that have trees.

Wolf, Kathleen L.  (2003). Public response to the urban forest in inner-city business districts. Journal of Arboriculture, 29(3), 117-126.


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