Clark Stevens

Architect and sustainable land use planner, architect of the Liberty Canyon Wildlife Crossing

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Wild animals need to roam, but our freeways are in the way.

Bridges and Walls: Wildlife Crossing

Wild animals need to roam, but our freeways are in the way.

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