Winner of the

2015 student ASLA Award of Excellence

in Communication

                                 

 
 

By 2030, over 72 million Americans of the baby-boomer generation will be entering retirement. Though living longer than previous generations, they are plagued with chronic diseases such as hypertension, heart disease, and diabetes. In contrast, the vernacular Landscapes of Longevity have shaped cultures whose daily work, food, and social routines enable citizens to live measurably longer, healthier lives and work well into old age.

 

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PLaces

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project

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People

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