Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond by Brad Lancaster

Create Your Own One-Page Place Assessment

In these instructions we outline where we found the information used to compile the Tucson One-Page Place Assessment, offer tips for using these resources, and provide suggestions for how you might track down the data to complete your own One-Pager. The resources for different cities and regions will, of course, vary; the ones given are examples of what to look for and how to evaluate the data you find.

Click here to download the PDF (about 4 MB):
Creating a One-Page Place Assessment

If you want a One-Page Place Assessment for a particular location, but would prefer to outsource its research and creation, this is a service we offer! A fee of $200 includes up to 5 hours of research (which is sufficient for the average city). When additional is time required to locate all available data, this is billable at $30/hour. Send us an email to inquire.

(Last updated July 7, 2015)

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The Umbrella: Winter 2015–16

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