What’s Different When the Community Collects the Data?
As Boston area communities experience a wave of development pressure to support a growing population, how will the inevitable neighborhood change affect residents’ health and well-being? The study, facilitated by the Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) and MIT’s Department of Urban Studies and Planning, and funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, examines community change and health in nine Massachusetts communities. In each community, community-based organization partners recruited residents with strong ties to the community to be trained as paid part-time researchers. Follow this link to read more.
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