Pebble beach is just one of many things that could be transformed into a destination on the National Mall for people with disabilities.
The parkland could be converted into a playground, a community center, a gathering spot for families, and even a medical clinic.
It could even become a community resource center, the same kind of thing that’s already happening at the World War II Memorial, according to a study commissioned by the National Park Service and conducted by the University of California, Berkeley.
Pebbles, which are sandstone minerals found in tropical waters, are the most popular sandstone material in the world.
A new study by researchers at the University at Buffalo and the University College London suggests that the beachfront property could be turned into a community park and community gathering space for people living with intellectual disabilities.
The researchers used data collected by the U.S. National Park System to examine the property’s demographics, and the researchers found that the land could become a place where people with intellectual impairment, who account for approximately 15 percent of the nation’s population, could gather, gather and gather.
The researchers then turned the property into a park, a designated community resource, and a medical resource center.
They found that participants could use the property for activities such as gardening, art and music, and swimming, hiking, and fishing.
They also found that some of the property could become “a public park” where people could use it for public recreation and education.
The report notes that a community of like-minded individuals could create “a natural amphitheater, a sports complex, and other facilities for public events, with the use of the land.”
But, the report notes, the property has been in the public domain since it was designated as a national park in the 1950s.
“Pebblers are not native to the United States and have not been used as a natural habitat by any natural or manmade process,” the study reads.
This is in addition to the fact that “there is no existing park or community resource site in the United State dedicated specifically to the physical needs of people with cognitive impairment.”
The U.K.’s Environment Agency has called the property “a world-class site for a variety of purposes.”
According to the study, about 10,000 people with a mental illness are living in the vicinity of the park.
About 15 percent have physical impairments.
But the researchers said the park’s future could depend on the public’s support.
If the park were to become a destination destination for people who have intellectual disabilities, the authors wrote, “it could create a public space for individuals to meet and socialize, where they could develop and maintain a personal connection to others with intellectual and cognitive disabilities.
It could also allow the public to participate in an activity that promotes physical and mental health.”
The National Park Services is currently developing a plan to develop the property as a community facility for people suffering from intellectual disability, and officials are hoping to be able to start planning the park in 2017.
According the researchers, a number of potential uses could be envisioned.
For example, the park could be used as an outdoor activity center for people experiencing arthritis or mobility issues, where people can learn about the park and how to safely navigate it.
The study is titled “An Overview of Pebblers on the Pebbles: The Potential for a Community Resource and an Event Site.”